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pix from the slopes // nevis range
Nevis Range // Saturday 26th February 2005
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Bottom of the Goose is still thin.

Most of the Goose has reasonable cover, but is very scoured and icy.

Looking over to one of the Traverses.

What happened next?!

Warren's T-bar, people avoiding the Goose!

Top of Warren's T-bar.

A deserted Goose Gully, sharpen your edges!

Goose Tow.

Gondola Top Station and lower slopes.

Yokies is complete, but cover remains fairly thin.

Quad Chair below Goose Tow.

 
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While the West has seen the best of the overhead conditions recently, Nevis has seen the least in terms of fresh snow, and could badly do with more to increase the depth on the lower half of the mountain, but more importantly to bury the scoured icy hard pack in Goose Gully,

The Goose has a reasonable cover except on the lowest section, but the snow is scoured and very icy, only for experts with good edges, witness the solid line going up Warren's and the empty Goose Gully.

The best snow is to be found on the Summit, where there is more soft snow between the fences. The terrain park is also up on the Summit.
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