Ben Nevis is the UK's highest summit at 1,345m and it towers above Fort William and the surrounding hills of the Mamore's and Grey Coires. The Ben, as it is more commonly know, is one of Lochaber's main tourist attractions with over 150,000 people a year making their way to the top for the opportunity of some of the best views in the country.
The poet John Keets wrote in 1818 "Upon the Top of Nevis Blind in Mist! I look into the Chasms and a shroud Vaporous doth hide them."
Ben Nevis - Mountain Track
The easiest route to the summit of Ben Nevis which starts just above sea level and climbs to the summit at 1345m.
Ben Nevis - Carn Mor Dearg Arete
This is the finest route to the summit of Ben Nevis with superb views of the North face cliffs.
Ben Nevis - Scrambles
The North face of Ben Nevis offers fine Scrambles for additional ways to make your way to the summit.