Climbing Ben Nevis, Britain’s Highest Peak

By Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, January 2013

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In a country renowned for its sweeping glens and vast moorlands, scaling Scotland‘s highest mountain makes a welcome change of pace for hikers, as well as affording some spectacular views from its summit. Reaching a height of 1,344 meters (4,408 ft) above sea level, Ben Nevis is part of the Grampian Mountain Range near Fort William in western Scotland and is widely acclaimed as Britain‘s ultimate ascent.

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