Seeing Ben Nevis or ‘the Ben’

Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis, or Beinn Nibheis in Gaelic, is Britain’s Highest Mountain: Ben Nevis or ‘the Ben’, as it is fondly referred to, is the highest mountain in the British Isles, peaking at 4,406 ft. Due to its location, altitude and topography, Ben Nevis frequently suffers poor weather conditions. We were told that fog covers the […]

Fort William – Outdoor Capital of the UK

Donald Cameron Statue in front of Church of Scotland

Fort William – A Centre of Outdoor Activities in The Highlands: Since the opening of the Caledonian Canal “An Canal Cailleannach” in 1822, tourists have been coming to Fort William and the numbers grew after the arrival of the railway in 1894.   Known as An Gearasdan in Gaelic, or “the Garrison” Fort William is […]