Ben Nevis in Scotland and is the most astounding mountain in the English Isles. Remaining at 1,345 meters 4,411 ft above ocean level, it is at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber region of the Scottish Good countries, near the town of Post William.
The mountain is a mainstream goal, drawing in an expected 100,000 risings every year, around seventy five percent of which utilize the Horse Track from Glen Nevis. The 700-meter 2,300 ft precipices of the north face are among the most elevated in Scotland, giving great scrambles and shake trips of all challenges for climbers and mountain dwellers. They are additionally the foremost areas in Scotland for ice climbing.