While not a bluebird day, Sunday was much brighter with Sunny Spells and once again the snow loosened quite quickly to give some great Spring Snow riding.
With excellent surface conditions the West Wall finally opened on Sunday, the best line being straight down the fall-line from the marked entrance of Ryvoan into the Ciste Gully then getting the lower Ciste Gully in too.
The Aonach Ridge was seeing a bit more traffic as well and had nice Spring Snow giving a long run from the top of the hill to the Ciste Carpark via the M2, top of OverYonder then traversing round the hill following the Aonach Ridge fences. Takes you out where the Shuttle Bus stops so did a few laps today!
The Laogh Mor Return was also seeing some use, it is skiable, though bit of creative route finding to get back to the fences out of the Coire. The headwall of Laogh Mor was outstanding after the lifts closed the Spring Snow was starting to crunch up, really fast and smooth - definite run of the day. Requires a bit of walking to get too and not one to try if the snow isn't soft as the runouts of any slide is into boulderfields!
Remember Laogh Mor and the Aonach Ridge are beyond the patrolled area. Within in the snowsports area the runs are nearly all still in great shape with lots of options for all ability levels.
A mini park at the Sheiling has 2 small boxes, 1 rail and a roller. The large Ptarmigan Terrain Park is in great shape and has several large kickers as well as rails, boxes and a tyre jib. See here
for photos of park features.