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pix from the slopes // nevis range
Nevis Range // Wednesday 7th March 2007
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Summit Button doing it's thing.

Digging out the lift shack on the Summit.

Looking over the park area, the wide rainbow rail and a couple of others have been reset after the storm.

Lots of drifting on the Summit.

Top of the Goose T-bar.

Bottom of the Summit Tow / Top of Goose.

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The wind finally run out off puff for Wednesday at least giving a chance to enjoy the recent gains. The base on the upper mountain has been improving with a couple of overnight thaw/freeze cycles at the start of the week, followed by some beefy snow showers last night to give a layer of soft fresh snow.

Wide cover on the Summit and Upper Goose Runs and Warrens was skiable via the Summit and the Upper Traverse back to the Goose Tow which was loading at the bottom. With Sidewinder and Cat's Alley complete and pisted there are less challenging routes back to the quad chair from the summit, so if you are comfortable riding blue runs get up there and enjoy it.

Windy to varying degrees over the coming days and the detail is likely to change, so check with Nevis directly if possible in the morning before heading, or use our WAP service on route (well not while driving please!). Thanks to the Summit Park team for the photos, visit their site at www.summitpark.eu for more pix and detailed park report.
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