They do publish accurate information. The problem is that at some point later in time things change and it becomes inaccurate.
Fair enough, but that is like saying a stuck clock is accurate twice a day.
By the nature of our weather, information needs to be updated regularly and accurately.
For example a forecast (if one can be made); plus almost up to the minute information from the slopes. There are web cams installed, they could link to them. I don't know how difficult it would be for automated systems to feed in data at least a few times a day regarding conditons. It can't be that difficult. But it IS what people expect nowadays. We live in a world where up to date, up to the minute, information is not just expected, it is demanded; especially regarding something as changable as Highland weather!
Bad information is worse than no information.
However, you are correct - its a club of members for members. Maybe these members don't really care too much about the conditions in the Highlands?
I wonder how much milage there is in some of the operators approaching the club with some sort of legal letter demanding that false information not be published by the club, because it is damaging business etc? It might backfire because we know the areas themselves can be "creative" with their own descriptions of conditions..hmmm
Edited 1 times. Last edit at 13.20hrs Wed 21 Jan 15 by WeeSam.