Wow!! Mostly bright and sunny, at times the Sun beating down from a clear blue sky, but with a cooling SE breeze off the Plateau keeping the FL quite low and distributing windblown fresh to favoured areas.
Amongst those catching the fresh was Coire Cas which was offering perfect conditions, laying down some big turns on amazing snow. Also catching loose fresh was the Aonach Bowl, dropping in close to the WWP offering the best of the best. If you see a rock in the Aonach Bowl, don't be surprised if gets up and runs away - it's more likely a Ptarmigan than a rock!
Above mid-station level (2500ft) you can ski anywhere with superb riding on offer for all abilities. Off-piste surface conditions are variable, and where the best sport is will quite likely change day to day and through each day as was the case on Wednesday. Do take care on the steeper stuff, the end of the SAIS reports does not mean an end to avalanche risk - ask patrol for advice.
Skiable by all routes to the Cas Carpark and to the Ciste Carpark via the Aonach Ridge and Laogh Mor Return. Coire Laogh Mor has fantastic cover and provides for a 2000ft vertical drop from the Ptarmigan Tow. It's easy to overshoot the fence back to the Carpark such is the extent of coverage in the Coire, so if your not familiar with this route only do it in excellent visibility.