Category Archive: Cairngorms

Cairngorms snow cover, 1954-1984

Neil Reid wrote a post this week about news from the Mar Lodge estate. On it he mentions the future of Derry Lodge. I’ve never been to Derry Lodge so seeing a photograph… Continue reading

A field day in the Feshie

I was lucky enough to get out in the field last week with Andrew Black from Dundee University. Lucky in two respects, Andrew is very busy and I’ve recently become a father –… Continue reading

Avalanche and icebergs!

I retweeted a photo Iain Cameron put on twitter of icebergs in Loch Etchachan (Cairngorms) earlier today: Loch Etchachan, Ben Macdui, on 14th June. Yes, June. Icebergs? pic.twitter.com/MBiDdsQA6W — Iain Cameron (@theiaincameron) June… Continue reading

Cairngorms snow cover in May, how usual is it?

Welcome to my first post on Scottish snow. Here we are at the end of what feels like the second winter this year in Scotland. Many of us thought that snow had gone… Continue reading