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Climb the highest mountain in the country and get great views for miles. Make sure you check the weather, are properly equipped and stretch well afterwards!!
If you have a spare 7 hours, good clothing and sturdy footwear then maybe you’d like to stand in the highest point in the UK?
The Nevis Range is 40 minutes’ drive away, where you can ride the gondola for skiing, mountain biking, walking or just for the view. There are also lower bike trails which are great to explore with the kids.
Highest mountain in the Uk with stunning scenery from the top so well worth a hike .
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“Regardless if you are a snow monkey or not, take a trip up the mountain on the gondolas to take in the unforgettable views! There is a restaurant at the top station where you can eat while looking for miles! ”
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“A thriving place to come for a great bar meal, or a great post-Ben climb pint. Usually busy, often has live music.”
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“This is the Harry Potter steam train from Fort William to Mallaig. It is also considered to be one of the great train journeys of the world as it passes through some magnificent scenery in its forty three mile journey.”
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“Following a natural geological fault line stretching from Fort William to Inverness, the canal was opened to shipping in 1822. You can watch yachts come through the lock gates, take a stroll up the Great Glen Way walking and cycle route or watch the “Harry Potter” steam train go over the canal bridge (4 times per day in the summer).”
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Point of Interest
“If you’re a bit of a Harry Potter fan (just like me ) then you really don’t want to miss seeing the Harry Potter Train, a.k.a “Hogwarts Express”, thundering along on your next trip to Scotland. You’ll need to head into the stunning Scottish Highlands and seek out the tiny village of Glenfinnan, huddled on the shore of Loch Shiel. It’s around a 30-minute picturesque drive from the large town of Fort William, known as the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. Limited public transport, both train and bus, is available between Fort William and Glenfinnan a few times a day but the easiest way is by car. Set the Glenfinnan Visitor Center on your satnav (PH37 4LT) and enjoy the drive! Once you near the well-signposted Glenfinnan Visitor Center you’ll see the car park right beside it. It’s £3 to park here and can get a little busy around the scheduled steam train times.”
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