Ben Nevis (Gaelic translation ‘Mountain of Heaven’) is the highest point in Scotland and the British Isles, standing at the lofty height of 1343m (roughly 4000ft). Fort William, on the southern edge of the Great Glen and located on a sea loch, is our base for the weekend.
The Scottish Highlands are full of enchantment and ancient history. You will be overwhelmed by the increasing sense of remoteness and the unspoilt environment as we leave the lowlands en route to our start point.
Reaching the summit of Ben Nevis is our challenge – it involves a long, arduous uphill trek which will provide you with a wonderful sense of achievement.
Find out more about the Ben Nevis Weekend Trek, including costs, itinerary and available dates.