Ben Nevis

Area:Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
Classification:Munro, Scottish 4000, Marilyn, Murdo, and HuMP
(also County Top - Administrative, County Top - Historic, County Top - Current County and Unitary Authority, Sim, and Tump)
Maps:392 Explorer or 41 Landranger
Grid Ref:NN166712         Hills nearby: 5km 10km 20km
Summit:no feature: natural ground 10m NW of trig point
Notes:man-made structure supporting emergency structure is higher
Daylight:dawn 05:39, sunrise 06:17, sunset 18:36, dusk 19:14
External links:Wikipedia

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Ben Nevis
Ben Nevis

The highest point in the UK. In March 2016 the Ordnance Survey announced, after re-surveying it, that it was taller than they previously thought and was 1344.537m high so it would be shown as 1345m rather than 1344m on their maps.

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Other walkers registered on our site who have already walked up this hill include: adgl (twice), DukeNukem (twice), PaulG1952, goth_angel, jax159, gallowshill, eclipseandy (x3), tiamaria, DANE2766, Mags763, jdennington, gilly_3886, tonyg61, Fisher (twice), On The Rivet (twice), Biscuits17, Stuchlik, rockhopper, christhepuma, gill4rolo, Carolwildbird, CARLOS, koczur, beth, dmcarroll87, i2am2no2man (twice), Andy Duff, Westcoasthiker , shane1974, HannantMark, Tomcat210, Drpjohnston,, Kingskerswell, anne mariecb, gerard.hurst (x5), and Steve Britton (twice).

If you need accommodation we have details of 11 properties offering rooms near Ben Nevis. Here are some examples:

4 Visit Scotland Assessed

6.2km (3.8 miles) away

6.7km (4.1 miles) away
4 Sykes Cottages Assessed Cottage
£241-615 per week
7.0km (4.3 miles) away, sleeps 2

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