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Walks in the Scottish Highlands

 

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1. Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis Route Map

 

Miles:
10 (16km)

Maps:
OS Landranger 41


Ben Nevis
The Descent

Details:

Britain's highest mountain 5,450ft / 1,344 metres.

The quickest way to the top is to begin at Glen Nevis Youth Hostel, two miles SW of Fort William. You have a very steep climb ahead, but on a good wide track all the way to the summit.

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2. Falls of Glomach

Falls of Glomach Route Map

 

Miles:
12 (19km)

Maps:
OS Landranger 33

Area Around Morvich
Area Around Morvich

Details:

Begin at Morvich campsite three miles NW of Sheil Bridge. The falls are definitely worth the long hike.

From the falls there is no obvious path, but keep to the west side of the river and continue to Loch Gaorsaic. You will now join a path that takes you up to Bealach an Sgairne and all the way back to Morvich.

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