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Glencoe // Friday 26th February 2016
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Packed Powder corduroy on Happy Valley, the early birds get this particular worm!

Looking up Ski Tow Gully as the Haggis Trap is pisted.

Scottish Ski Club Hut from base of Ski Tow Gully. It is hoped the Cliffy will return to service during the weekend.

New Piste Basher PB600 clocking up the hours to give us a daily dose of packed powder corduroy. Extensive cover on the Plateau, Old Mugs Alley superb.

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2400ft of vertical descent is possible from the Summit to the edge of Rannoch Moor at the base, light winds and Sunny skies forecast - so it is shaping up to be a cracking weekend.

All runs on the mountain have good cover now, even the Plateau runs gained several feet of snow in last weekends big storms and the triangle of green runs formed by the Plateau Poma, Rope Tow and new Coire Pollach Tow are all in superb condition for early intermediates and those advancing from the nursery slope.

Almost all runs open, Flypaper is shut due to avalanche risk. Please park considerately and neatly, people have been blocked in by inconsiderate parking.
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