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There are a few different options when it comes to parking at Ben Nevis. Most people will jump straight into looking for the postcode to type into their Sat Nav. It’s important to remember that a postcode covers a large area so will not always bring you directly to the point you wish to get to. We generally advise entering the Latitude and Longitude into your Sat Nav instead to ensure you get to the exact point you require. Ben Nevis Visitor Centre Parking at the Ben Nevis visitor centre is the most popular and most used car park. We…

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Due to it’s large size and height, the weather on Ben Nevis is very unpredictable. Whilst we do list a forecast for the next 7 days below, we always advise to check weather conditions before you depart on your travels and directly before climbing. Ben Nevis is not a mountain that you want to climb in unsuitable conditions. It’s very risky. We also advise to check the weather for the day directly at the Ben Nevis Visitor Centre. Please click on each day for more detailed information. Fort William – Ben Nevis Weather

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The peak of Ben Nevis is an outcome of a long-extinct volcano comprising of an extensive stony plateau with an average of 100 acres. At the top of the Summit, there is a unique substantial built cairn which is approximately 10 feet high at which the ordnance survey trig point sits. In case of bad weather, the trig point serves as the key feature to help people sail across the summit. Ben Nevis summit cairn The world’s most famous North face of Ben Nevis lies to the North of the plateau while the Carn Mor Dearg Mountain lies on the…

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