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More than Ben Nevis – Lochaber 4000ers

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Head over to the west coast to bag Ben Nevis and more

All the highest peaks of the west coast of Scotland in one convenient 2 day/3 night short break. Come and join us for some spectacular but strenuous walking. We’ll be starting at sea level and climbing up to the summit of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest peak, as well as ascending 3 of its neighbours in this trip. A good head for heights is required as there are some narrow ridges to negotiate on our route.

This trip is the ultimate in peak bagging on the west coast of Scotland.

If you really want to up the level of challenge, then you might want to consider combining this trip with our Cairngorm 4000ers trip and bagging all the 4000ft peaks in Scotland, after all second, third and 4th highest peaks are all part of the Cairngorm massif. We can even arrange the routes of all the peaks so that you can claim summit climb to the equivalent of Everest

Enjoy a comfortable all inclusive walking break in the company of our qualified, experienced local guides returning to comfortable accommodation and eating high quality local food prepared freshly for you.


  • – 3 nights accommodation
  • – full board, including packed lunches
  • –  transport to the hikes
  • – pick up from Aviemore and Fort William


  • – Ben Nevis
  • – Carn Mor Dearg
  • – Aonach Mor
  • – Aonach Beag

It is also possible to link this trip with the Caledonian Sleeper service to Fort William for private groups, please enquire for dates and prices.



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