Observations in Glencoe and Glen Etive.
Observations on Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor.
- Creag Meagaidh
Observations on Creag Meagaidh and some surrounding hills.
- Northern Cairngorms
Observations in Northern Corries and Loch Avon Basin.
- Southern Cairngorms
Observations on Lochnagar, in Glenshee, and some coverage of the Southern Cairngorms
Observations in Torridon.
View Area Avalanche Reports
Recorded Avalanche Activity
Read Our Observers Blogs
- Creag Meagaidh Blog
- Glencoe Blog
- Lochaber Blog
- Northern Cairngorms Blog
- Southern Cairngorms Blog
- Torridon Blog
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Avalanche Information for the Scottish Mountains
Avalanche hazard considerations should always be part of any winter hill goers daily plans and we would recommend that climbers, walkers and off-piste skiers currently venturing into the hills, continue to note snow and weather conditions in respect of any potential avalanche hazard. Be prepared to modify your plans accordingly.
We publish the daily forecasts of the avalanche, snow, and mountain conditions at the 5 most popular areas of Scotland during the season.
You can find out more about Avalanches or, about Forecasts or, about the SAIS by clicking on the relevant index link on the left of this page.
We keep an archive of all forecasts since 1993 which is browse-able and download-able.
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