Ben Nevis Walk in Winter - Private Booking

Book a privately guided winter's day walk, up the Ben Nevis 'mountain track'.

Key Information

1 person = £170

2 people = £190

3 people = £210

4 people = £230

5 people = £250

6 people = £270


Maximum ratio of Guide to Clients, 1 : 6

Email Max if you have a larger group –


A suitable level of fitness for a reasonably long day of winter walking, carrying a rucksack (7 – 11 hours depending on fitness).


What day would you like? Choose a date and check our availability.     Email Max –


With this Private Booking, this is a professionally guided winter’s day walk, up the Ben Nevis ‘mountain track’ (also known as the pony track or the tourist path) from a start point in Glen Nevis. You will meet your professional mountain leader for the day – who will lead you on your opportunity to climb the highest mountain in Great Britain – at 1345m above sea level.

The weather can often be 4 seasons in 1 day. We could have rain, sleet, snow and sunshine. Much of the upper mountain would be under snow, and the path may not be visible – so careful navigation is normally required.

The walk is 7.5km to the top, so a round trip of 15km. Ascent during the day of over 1300m. Unless you bring your own, winter equipment will need to be hired – winter boots, crampons and an axe. Instruction on their use will, of course, be part of the day.

Booking Process

  • What day would you like? Email Max to check availability  –
  • Read  our Terms and Conditions. Download Terms and Conditions.
  • Fill in a Booking Form and return. We will send you a Booking Form in a format for PC users, or a format for iOS (Apple) users. Download a Booking form (PDF format).
  • Pay here, using the Payment Tool below   –   Debit Card,   Credit Card   or   PayPal (alternatively pay by Bank Transfer or Cheque).

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Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis

Tom, with a clear summit

Tom, with a clear summit

Summit of Am Bodach 943m

Winter Conditions

Ben Nevis summit

Ben Nevis summit