Seeing large groups of people trekking their way up to the summit of Ben Nevis isn’t an unusual sight. 13 people carrying a large and heavy load covered up on a stretcher, however, is not as common. These 13 people were seen carrying a 5ft sculpture up to the summon as part of a charity […]
Helen Skelton along with a group of 10 young children from the PEEK Project, all made their journey to the summit of Ben Nevis. This was part of the National Lottery’s 25th Anniversary.
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 […]
We often have people contact us with general questions they need answering. We’ve compiled some of the most popular questions and answered them.
Due to its large size and height, the weather on Ben Nevis is very unpredictable. We recommend checking the weather multiple times before climbing.
There are a few different options when it comes to parking at Ben Nevis. We’ll cover each location, discussing the location, pricing and capacities.
For the vast majority of people looking to climb Ben Nevis, the Ben Nevis Visitor Centre marks the starting point of their journey to the summit. The visitor centre contains a lot of information and useful resources for climbing up the mountain.
George Maier, like a lot of people, decided to visit the Scottish Highlands around Ben Nevis. His plan was to spend 2-3 days wild camping and exploring, making videos and taking photographs of the beautiful landscapes that surround the area. Something tens of thousands of people do every year. This wild camping trip, unfortunately, took […]
Veteran fundraiser Lloyd Scott decided that donning a deep-sea diving suit would be a great challenge to take on and climb Ben Nevis in.