Come start of December I'm hoping conditions will be full-on winter in the highlands. Does anyone have a recommendation or two for an 'easy' winter walk in Glen Coe? I'm going up there with a group that may include some pretty inexperienced winter walkers. I was looking at Buachaille Etive Beag (doing the route here (would this be too wet in winter?) and Bidean (starting near the Clachaig going South then SSE up to to top of Bidean, getting Sgreamhach top, then NE out Allt Coire Gabhail to the road, or alternatively this way, but this way looks like a long way). Are either of those routes 'technical' in winter at all? Obviously it's hard to say now, but if they were in decent condition are there any sections on either that'd pose a problem? Some of the group have quite a lot of winter experience but we'd rather not be dragging lemmings up something that turns into something tough. I'm guessing timing would be the main issue, but is there anything else we should consider. Much obliged!