While not as much snow on areas like Sunnyside and the Cluny area as in November, much more terrain was available with excellent packed powdery conditions on piste, with powder off-piste to be found on Carn Aosda, and for those prepared to hike further out on Glas Maol.
The best sport was to be found on the fenced Red Run by the Coire Fionn Pomas, up in Butchart's Coire on the Cairnwell side, and off-piste on Carn Aosda. Sadly the Glas Maol Poma didn't run, probably requires more depth on the up-track, but Centre Gully is complete so fingers crossed!
A very busy weekend it has to be set, the car parks were completely full on Sunday, and Nadics website reported that people were being turned around on the A93 by the afternoon! Things should be more sane on Monday, allowing a vast milage to be clocked up enjoying excellent sport cruising around Glenshee's extensive piste network.
These photos from Nigel Webber, additional photos from Glenshee can be found on our Public Reports Server
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