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Our Ben Nevis Mountain Guiding Service

Experienced qualified Mountain Leaders specialising in Ben Nevis ascents in both summer and winter. The Mountain Footpath ascent is ideal for public, private and charity groups.  For a more challenging route climbing Ben Nevis via either the Steall Falls Ascent or CMD Arete are both excellent.  One aspect not to be underestimated is the Ben Nevis weather - click here for the Ben Nevis seven day forecast.

Do I Need A Guide To Climb Ben Nevis?

Ask yourself the following: Can I navigate accurately? Do I have an understanding of the weather?

Do I have first aid skills? Do I know what to do in the event of an emergency?  Can I pace the climb?

Mob: +44 (0)771 4844686

Tel  : +44 (0)1687 460163


Why Book With Us

• Experienced Qualified Mountain   Leaders

• 100s of ascents of Ben Nevis.

• Safety is our prime concern.

• Good value for money.

• Responsible small groups.

• Local knowledge of Fort   William’s hotels and restaurants

• We will do our absolute best to   get you to the summit.

• Flexible start times.

Ben Nevis Guided Walks - Three Routes - from £30 per person

Latest Testimonial

“I just wanted to thank you again for guiding us on Thursday. James and I had a great time, made all the more enjoyable by your company and the more challenging route that you recommended.     I will certainly recommend you and the route to others”

Midweek Walking                     Winter Skills Courses

Ben Nevis Kit List

• Walking boots

• Waterproof jacket & trousers

• Fleece jacket

• Hat and gloves

• Sun glasses & sun cream

• Packed lunch with drink

• Walking sticks - optional

Add the following for winter:

• Ice axe & crampons - we hire

• Head torch & batteries

• Gaiters, spare hat & gloves.

Mountain Guiding in Scotland - All Year Round

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What our previous clients say about Adventure Nevis

Click on Blogger for  interview with Peter Khambatta.                                              

Head Guide / Owner