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A great trip that you can get a wonderful experience if you take your precautions and prepare yourself well. We started the trip from the bridge at 0900 and were down at 1800 - success was that we had enough drinks, a whole bread and...More
My partner and I went up on 8th November. We experienced all seasons in one day. It was cold and snowy at the top, but the view was worth it. The slog down is definitely harder than going up, don’t get complacent coming down, as...More
In all its profound beauty, this is an experience of a lifetime. But taking on this challenge is no breeze. This is not a walk in the park. Starting the climb at the Glen Nevis Visitor Center at some 20 meters (60 feet) altitude and...More
Bit of advice about parking, hiking and the type of walk you can expect. Also a plea for you to not be that guy whose setting off in trainers and a t shirt at 3pm with no back pack, coat or torch. Mountain rescue are...More
The trip to the top and back down took us 5 hours and was simply stunning from beginning to end. We were luck with the weather, but even on a clear day there was a funny half hour near the top when the weather changed...More
This is a lovely walk with amazing views but just be prepared have proper footwear and clothing, check out weather conditions before setting off, make sure you tell others where you are going and when you should be back. Everyone I've met doing the walk...More
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Hi there, that's hard for me to answer as the only time I've climbed it has been in August. Obviously it will be cooler in September, just make sure you dress in layers. Also be aware that it is a strenuous climb and... More
Hi there, that's hard for me to answer as the only time I've climbed it has been in August. Obviously it will be cooler in September, just make sure you dress in layers. Also be aware that it is a strenuous climb and decent (we thought that the decent was tougher on the legs), ensure that you've got a "tough" 10 year old!