In pictures: Scotland's locked-down avalanche season

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The latest Scottish Avalanche Information Service season has come to an end.

Started in mid-December and wound up at the weekend, the season ran almost entirely under lockdown restrictions.

image copyrightSAIS Southern Cairngorms
image captionDebris from a large avalanche in the Southern Cairngorms in February
image copyrightSAIS Torridon
image captionThe service provides avalanche risk assessments for six areas - Lochaber, Glen Coe, Northern and Southern Cairngorms, Creag Meagaidh and Torridon
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image captionDebris from an avalanche that closed the Braemar-Glenshee road in February. A provisional figure of 189 avalanches were recorded for the season
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image captionScottish Avalanche Information Service (SAIS) forecasters were among the few people able to venture into the hills during lockdown
image copyrightSAIS Creag Meagaidh
image captionLooking towards the snow-covered Grey Corries from Geal Charn
image copyrightSAIS Southern Cairngorms
image captionThe view towards Glas Maol and The Cairnwell from Carn nan Sac

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