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Snowy January at Gaskbeg Farm

Almost the end of January and what a shame the ski centres are not open, its been white for most of the month only a couple of days of thaw which saw the river rise and then temperatures fall and the river receded to leave wonderful ice patterns. The hill is just bulging with snow perfect conditions for off piste skiing.

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The Spey from just under 3000ft

Who needs the Alps!

This photos was taken by my son Calum today from the top of the Monadhliath hills at just under 3000ft looking down into the Spey.  The Cairn is one of the 5 Cairns on the summit when you look up from Gaskbeg.  Its a great walk in the summer and actually not that far but it is quite a climb!  Today Calum was on skis so it was a bit of a hike but he assured me that the views and the ski down was well worth the walk up! Here are some more of his photos, the five cairns and looking over the back of into the Madagan Burn which flows into the Calder which runs into the Spey at Newtonmore.

Madagan Burn Flowing Down Into The Calder River At The Back Of Newtonmore
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