Nevis Range Mountain Experience

Conquer even the toughest terrains with our range of mountain bikes. A light and fast drying short sleeve Zip-T for running through the longest and hottest mountain days. Offering more relaxed geometry than most short travel hardtails, itll cover ground fast while also staying composed on rockier terrain. If your preferred ride entails fast cross- country loops or all-day epics, then the El Viajero will suit the bill perfectly. Not many hardtail mountain bikes enable you to ride anything you dare point your front wheel down.

We are committed to delivering outstanding alpine mountain experiences. Attend one of our training days and learn all about mountain weather forecasting from an MWIS meteorologist. MWIS forecasts contain detailed and accessible information aimed at both novice and experienced mountain users. We write forecasts largely in the form of warnings; generally when there is little text, the conditions are fairly benign.

The Mountain Weather Information Service provides weather forecasts to aid mountain safety for 10 upland regions across the UK. We offer a range of delicious catering options in both the Pinemarten Cafe at the bottom station and in the Snowgoose Restaurant at the top station. Weather & climate Everything you need to know about the forecast, and making the most of the weather.

With a long and low frame, aggressive angles and a 150mm fork, you wont ever feel held back by high speeds, big jumps or steep chutes again. An Adventure bike at heart but really a bike that will work anywhere, The Bootzipper features a steel frameset that offers unrivalled comfort on long bike tours but is also comfortable carrying panniers on your commute. 2 bottle cages and fork bag mounts allow you to maximise storage, while tyre clearance up to 2.4 means it can easily be ridden on mellower cross country trails too. Presenting the On-One Bootzipper, with it’s smooth steel frame and rigid fork offers us a throwback to the bikes we loved before suspension, fully updated with all the features you need for bike packing or just biking to work. Built to withstand the extreme conditions experienced by alpinists, explorers and trekkers.

We are blessed with mountains at a variety of altitudes which make for a varied landscape with an array of walking opportunities. They range from hills like Blorenge which stands above Blaenafon at 571m, to Pen y Fan which, at 886m, is the highest mountain in Southern Britain. A sublime range of mountains, running all the way from the west to the east, forms the backbone of our National Park.

A simple but comfortable shelter, this well-placed bothy is the perfect resting stop on your way up to the tops of Cairn Toul and Braeriach, or to provide much-needed shelter from less pleasant weather conditions. Beinn a’Ghlo is the collective name for a range of three Munros east of Glen Tilt in the Forest of Atholl. The highest peak is Carn nan Gabhar and a climb to the top will offer a fantastic view in all directions across the Park. West of Beinn a’Ghlo are two heather-clad Munros Carn a’Chlamain and Beinn Dearg. The peaks on the western side of the A9 afford good views over Loch Ericht to the Ben Alder group and beyond. Climb Meall Chuaich for excellent views to the Cairngorms and Monadh Liath.

With akayaking environment in the most sheltered part of the Highlands & Islands we are able to paddle on more weather days than any other location in Scotland. The inland sea of the Inner Sound offers protection from Atlantic swells and has atremendous variety of islands & wildlife. The day we travelled there was a certain amount of low cloud but it was still amazing and the views were stunning. The summit building, Hafod Eryri, will remain closed for the 2022 seasonas there will be no access for service trains or staff, as a result of essential upper mountain track work and will open as normal for 2023. The destination for our 2022 season is Clogwyn Station, which is ¾ distance to the summit of Snowdon.

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