Our new book delves into the North Face Survey which ran from 2014 to 2016 and details how the project came together, the botanical and geological findings over the three years of the survey, and how climbers, botanists, and geologists came together to take on such an incredible venture.
A stunning array of images capturing the natural and cultural heritage of Ben and Glen Nevis.
This calendar is a month to view calendar with enough space to write details of all your important appointments, birthdays etc
Dun Deardail - Derdriu's fort - sits high above Glen Nevis, overshadowed by Ben Nevis looming opposite. It was built in the middle of the first millennium BC, around 2500 years ago, and was eventually destroyed in a catastrophic fire. Recent archaeological excavation has shed light on the construction, occupation and destruction of the hillfort.
The Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis area is one of the most dramatic an scenic in the whole of Britain. Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the country and it attracts peakbaggers and climbers from all over the world. Glen Nevis is one of the most spectacular and beautiful glens in the Highlands. This map and guide will allow you to explore our iconic area, for anyone who is a keen hill walker to the armchair tourist. This publication includes 8 walks and a 1:25 000 scale geological waterproof map which explains how Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis was formed.