Lovely morning view from the car park very nice view of the mountain and nice visitors centre and a lovely meandering river.
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So we thought we would challenge ourselves and attempt Ben Nevis in winter, it really is a force to be reckoned with. We got to five guys gully and due to the weather and lack of crampons and Ice axes we couldn’t safely go any...More
Spectacular views, from Scotland's highest mountain.Love the view of the Loch. This is an area that means a lot to me as have relatives in Fort William and Glencoe . Lovely part of the Country
Amazing place to visit,would highly recommend.Skiing,snowboarding all ages all abilities,views out of this world,goid cafe,helpful staff.
Beautiful area with much to see and experience. In addition to Scotland's highest mountain there is a wealth of walks and other activities to participate in.
Visited Ben Nevis as part of our 7 day driving trip around the scenic route of Scotland. Absolutely stunning scenery in this wonderful area. Took me 7.5 hrs top to bottom whilst the wife was eating a lovely meal at the pub located at the...More
It's not about reaching the top, this mountain is about how gorgeous the hike is. It is however slightly tiresome and hard at some places, therefore its needed to take your time. But even though I didn't make it to the top, it was so...More
I have had the pleasure or luxury of climbing/walking up this mountain multiple times - most of them successful and a while not. Yet, it remains one of the best mountains that I love climbing. Why again? Well, there are many routes out there to...More
In winter it is difficult to see the summit but the shear bulk of the mountain is awe inspiring and with the skirt of snow it takes your breath away. We saw it when it was very cold and wet but that did not matter....More
I’m not going to pretend we hiked to the top - however there are beautiful views all around here and clearly marked paths to keep you safe.