Ben Nevis the highest mountain in the United Kingdom can be within your grasp. Join our expert guides and climb this iconic mountain, an experience never to be forgotten in our guides expert hands.
Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in Britain (10 miles /16km). With a summit altitude of 1,345 metres the average time to the top is 3.5/4 hours with a round trip time of 7-9 hours for most groups. It is known as the tourist path but this is a misnomer – this is a tough and strenuous walk.
At the summit, on a clear day, there are incredible views which can stretch as far as Northern Ireland. A feature of the summit is the Old Observatory, which was opened in 1883 which provided hourly meteorological data for almost 20 years.
You will be welcomed by our guide outside the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre where the full experience will be explained to you. Your guide will check you have appropriate footwear, waterproof and food for the day walk. Your safety is our priority.
You haven't seen Scotland until you have seen it from it's highest point and our expert guides will ensure your safety, every step of the way.
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All our guides are fully qualified, carry first aid lits and emergency shelters with a life time of experience walking and climbing in the mountains of Scotland. Trips are weather dependent and if it not safe to climb a refund will be given. This is the cost of your trip minus a £10 administration fee. Minimum age 15 years old, all under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.
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