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Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven Area
Feature count in area: 89, by county: : 88, Inverness-shire (CoH) Highland (CoA) Hig: 1,
Highest Place: Ben Nevis 1344m

Starting Places in area Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven:

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Summits & other features in area Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven:
Am Bodach 1031.8m, An Garbhanach 974.9m, An Gearanach 981.4m, An Guirean 428m, Aonach Beag 1234m, Aonach Mor 1221m, Beinn a'Bhric 876m, Beinn Chlianaig 724m, Beinn Chlianaig East Top 718m, Beinn na Caillich 764m, Beinn na Cloiche 646m, Beinn na Gucaig 616m, Beinn na Gucaig SW Top 575m, Beinn na Socaich 1007m, Beinn nan Each 533m, Ben Nevis 1344m, Bidein Bad na h-Iolaire 528m, Binnein Beag 943m, Binnein Mor 1130m, Binnein Mor South Top 1062m, Caisteal 1106m, Carn Beag Dearg 995m, Carn Dearg Meadhonach 1179m, Carn Dearg NW Top 1221m, Carn Dearg NW Top (old GR) 1214m, Carn Dearg SW Top [South Top] 1020m, Carn Mor Dearg 1220m, Cnap Cruinn 742m, Cnap Cruinn West Top 735m, Creag Bhreac 615m, Creag Ghuanach 621m, Creagan a'Chaise 723m, Cruach Innse 857m, Cruim Leacainn 231.1m, Doire Ban 566m, Druim na h-Earba 288m, Glas Bheinn 792m, Leum Uilleim 906.4m, Leum Uilleim South Top 847.2m, Mam na Gualainn 796m, Mam na Gualainn East Top 755m, Meall a'Bhainne 633m, Meall a'Bhuirich 841m, Meall a'Chaorainn 910m, Meall an Doire Dharaich 469m, Meall an t-Suidhe 711m, Meall Beag 645m, Meall Beag 561m, Meall Cumhann 698m, Meall Laire 402m, Meall Mor 721m, Meall na Duibhe 571.3m, Meall nan Cleireach 535m, Mullach nan Coirean 939m, Mullach nan Coirean East Top 910m, Mullach nan Coirean SE Top [South Top] 917m, Na Gruagaichean 1054.2m, Na Gruagaichean NW Top [North Top] 1038.7m, Sgor an Iubhair 999.7m, Sgor Eilde Beag 955.7m, Sgurr a'Bhuic 963m, Sgurr a'Mhaim 1099m, Sgurr Choinnich Beag 963m, Sgurr Choinnich Mor 1094m, Sgurr Eilde Mor 1010m, Sgurr Finnisg-aig [Sgurr Finniosgaig] 663m, Sgurr Innse 809m, Stob a'Choire Leith 1105m, Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin 1105m, Stob an Cul Choire 1068m, Stob Ban 977m, Stob Ban 999m, Stob Choire a'Mhail 990m, Stob Choire Bhealach 1100m, Stob Choire Claurigh 1177m, Stob Choire Claurigh North Top 1121m, Stob Coire a'Chairn 981.4m, Stob Coire a'Chairn South Top 909m, Stob Coire an Fhir Dhuibh 986m, Stob Coire an Laoigh 1116m, Stob Coire Cath na Sine 1079m, Stob Coire Easain 1080m, Stob Coire Easain 1115m, Stob Coire Easain West Top 662m, Stob Coire na Ceannain 1123m, Stob Coire na Gaibhre [Stob Coire Gaibhre] 958m, Tom Iain 414m, Tom Meadhoin 621m, Tom na Sroine 918m

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Ben Nevis, 1344m Mountain
Place Rating ..
, Inverness-shire (CoH) Highland (CoA) Hig County, in British over 600m, British Marilyn, Munro Lists
Grid Reference NN16676 71283, OS 1:50k mapsheet 41
Place visited by: 184 members, recently by: rhw, MeabhTiernan, Fergal Meath, muddypaws, Kaszmirek78, Arcticaurora, amcneill, JohnRea, maryblewitt, MariaT, OutdoorBill, oreills8, lauracardiff, noelcurt, Chopper
I visited this place: NO (You need to be a logged-in member for this.)
Longitude: -5.003508, Latitude: 56.79685, Easting: 216676, Northing: 771283, Prominence: 1344m,  Isolation: 1km
ITM: 783028 1120965


  Short or GPS IDs, 6 char: BnNvs, 10 char: Ben Nevis

Linkback: https://mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/
Gallery for Ben Nevis and surrounds
Summary for Ben Nevis : the long slog..
Summary created by Hilltop-Harrier 2016-08-24 08:42:26
            MountainViews.ie picture about Ben Nevis
Picture: The valley below
As it was a long hike and I had wrote a story but 1500 words wouldn't cover that so I'm just going to enter the photo as I hate half a story..lol so here is a link to the story for anyone who wants to read it. You just copy n paste the link into the task bar and hit enter.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ovze92BfvQog6BSwfr4ochauRyT0K2DLHI2Q1Az0h40/edit?usp=sharing
Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/comment/8838/
Member Comments for Ben Nevis

            MountainViews.ie picture about Ben Nevis
Picture: looking back towards Fort William
Fighting to the Top
by jackill 23 Jul 2012
In November 2011 my brother in law Eamonn lost his fight with cancer at the all too young age of 35. At his funeral some family and friends suggested we climb Ben Nevis to commemerate his life and in the process raise funds for the hospice that was such a help in his final months.
So July 2012 saw a hardy and determined group assemble at the foot of Nevis.
Even on the track this is no easy mountain, you start climbing from a point that is only a few meters above sea level and it is an unrelenting climb all the way to the summit.
But everyone in the group made it. A small memorial card was left by the group at the summit.
To date nearly 10,000 euro has been raised for the hospice. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/comment/14729/
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Picture: View towards Loch Eil from the summit
On the Summit
by Lauranna 10 Jan 2024
View from the summit of the mighty Ben in perfect winter conditions in January 2024. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/comment/24116/
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Picture: Ben Nevis car for sale!
Mountain motoring history.
by paddyhillsbagger 21 Mar 2013
Did Ben Nevis as a young teenager of 15 with the rest of the family dressed in jeans,cagoules, wellies and trainers. Not exactly suitable gear but made it up and down. Back in 1928 another person got to the top in his Austin car. Now I know this feat can be achieved on a few Irish tops but it's a bit of a stretch driving up Ben Nevis. Anyway, the car is up for sale if you want to repeat the exercise on another hill. Any takers? Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/comment/14955/
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Climbing with a baby.
by camellia 23 Sep 2014
We've made our way up with an 8 moth old baby girl called Akvile. It was a very heard climb having her on daddy's back, but was definitely worth it. It took us 11 hours to get to the top and back. However for anyone ambitious enough to climb with a small baby on your back, I wouldn't suggest you to do it. The path is full of loose rocks and you're constantly fighting not to slip too much and not to hurt the baby. Thanks our daddy is more skilled than I am and we were able to get there and back safely. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/comment/17689/
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Picture: The view NW, a little below Ben Nevis summit.
Big Ben
by scannerman 3 Apr 2013
First climbed Ben Nevis in the spring of 1998 with a friend after buying a new pair of boots in Fort William. There had been a storm over the mountain a couple of hours earlier and we were waiting to see if it would blow out. It did and we Immediately went up the hill via the popular tourist trail from Ben Nevis Glen and got up in about three hours. We had had more ambitious plans regarding our route selection but time and the probability of deteriorating weather conditions commanded some pragmatism. It was really just a very long uphill slog with the views and landscape to ease our ascent. There were a few people on the hill but not enough to make it busy. Had a mostly cloudy and unusually windless summit given the general climatic situation but a couple of clearances revealed the wonder and scale of the Scottish highlands. Fortunately my boots worked perfectly and no sore feet. We made it down in a couple of hours. Linkback: mountainviews.ie/summit/B278/comment/14963/
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