Ben Nevis Adventures

Why not join us on a guided walk to the summit of Ben Nevis in 2017?

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Ben Nevis is 1344m high, the highest mountain in the UK. We will follow the mountain   track from the Ben Nevis Inn close to sea level and climb all the way up to come all the way back down the same way.   We climb around the side of a smaller hill before reaching the halfway lochan (which isn;t actually quite half way) then onto the zig zags which will take us to the summit plateau. We then need to walk another kilometre before reaching the summit.  It takes around 4 – 5 hours to reach the summit and about 3-4 to come down.  The views can be spectacular towards Mull, Skye, Rhum, Cairngorms and Glencoe.  The North face of the mountain has magnificent climbing crags, however we do not see these unless there is good visibility on the summit.
You can walk at a leisurely pace and in a group with a maximum of 12 people, or a minimum of 4.  Alternatively please contact us for a private guiding day.

What’s Included

  • Experienced walking guide to take you to the summit of Britains Highest Mountain.

What’s Not Included

  • Transport – this can be arranged on the day of the walk at a nominal fee if you have no other transport.
  • Food.
  • Equipment – we can advise on this in advance but please see below for essential equipment


Prices start from £40 per person. Minimum 4 people.


Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.  We need a minimum of four for the trip to be guaranteed.


Essential equipment

Ben Nevis Kit List
. Walking boots or walking shoes but not trainers or sandals
. Rucksack with following items in plastic bags
. Waterproof jacket & trousers
. Fleece jacket plus a spare one in the bottom of your bag just in case!
. Hat and gloves
. Sun glasses & sun cream
. Packed lunch with drink (water and preferably a flask with something warm
in it).
. Walking sticks – optional
. Camera

Please wear walking trousers – jeans are not allowed!!  We may see jeans, trainers and sandals on the route but this is potentially dangerous equipment.