Ben Nevis Walk - Winter

A Guided ascent. The highest mountain in the British Isles at 1345m high and a big undertaking, a great challenge and a terrific achievement in the Scottish Winter.

Key Information

£170 for 1 person (the walk will go ahead even if you book by yourself)

£180 for 2 people

£200 for 3 people

£220 for 4 people

£240 for 5 people

£260 for 6 people


Maximum ratio of Instructor to Clients, 1 : 6

  • A suitable level of fitness for a reasonably long day of winter walking (5-10 hours depending on fitness), carrying a day rucksack.

Request a date and check availability. Email Max –


Ben Nevis is the highest Munro and mountain in the UK, and a major winter challenge.

This day is a guided day walk up the Mountain track (also known as the pony track or the tourist path) from a start point in Glen Nevis. 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. 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.

An absolute must for any keen winter hill walker, or winter outdoor enthusiast, who has a day spare.

Booking Process

  1. Check availability, Email Max –
  2. Read  our Terms and Conditions
  3. Fill in a Booking Form and return

Photos and videos of the Ben Nevis Walk in Winter

Summit of Ben Nevis. 9th November 2016. The snow has arrived. from Max Hunter on Vimeo.

Panorama from the summit of Ben Nevis on 16th Dec 2014 from Max Hunter on Vimeo.

Ben Nevis summit with Olga and Roisin, 22nd Jan 2014 from Max Hunter on Vimeo.


The summit of Ben Nevis – 1345m


A cloudy summit under deep snow

The summit all to ourselves

The summit all to ourselves

Tom on the last approach

Tom on the last approach