Nevis Ski Range visitor information guide

The Nevis Ski Range Torlundy Fort William Scotland, this is an all year visitor attraction, with the UK's only Mountain Gondola, high ropes courses, forest and mountain walks, cafe bar, restaurant, bar.

The nearest town is Fort William where much of the accommodation and après-ski facilities are based.

Fort William can also be reached by train, again including an overnight sleeper option from the south. Some choose drive up from Glasgow.

The Nevis Ski Range has skiing up to 1190 metres (3900ft) on the mountain of Aonach Mor, this is Scotland's newest and most modern ski area, located next to Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis, lifts include a quad chair and six-person gondola, situated around the top of the gondola, close to the Snow goose restaurant, here you will find the Snows ports School and Equipment Hire as well as home to racing, freeride and freestyle events.

  • Nevis Ski Range Geolocation Latitude 56.8522° N Longitude -4.9991° W
  • Nevis Ski Range Postcode PH33 6SQ
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There is an area for beginners, including a range of green and blue runs, further up the mountain is an extensive network of red and black runs, as well as The Summit Park.

 Here you'll also find the imposing off-piste of the Back Corries with steep runs to challenge even the most experienced of skiers.

 In the summer months you will find the Mountain Biking Trail Centre with trails from beginner to full on downhill trails with gondola uplift, Bike School, and Bike Hire.

Home of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup, British and Scottish downhill races, enduro and endurance mountain bike races as well as marathon and other running events.

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Great Family ski area
 · 2 months ago  ·  Nevis Range Mountain Resort
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wonderful experience! Me, my partner, and our two kids, ages eighteen and 8, rode the gondola to the top of the mountain to visit the cafe there. The staff on the gondola was really nice, and because I don't have the best mobility, they stopped the gondola completely so that I could get on in my own time, which was great thank you.
The ride was quite relaxing, and the scenery was breathtaking; there were plenty of opportunities to snap beautiful photographs both on the way up and at the summit.

We ate at the restaurant at the top, and it was a wonderful experience overall. The staff was very friendly and helpful; for example, when my daughter ordered pizza but complained that it had chilies on it, stephanie removed the peppers from her slice; she was very pleasant and patient, as was Adam, who took our billing; this is something that is always a plus.
The drinks were also enjoyable, the restaurant was spotless, and the meal was delicious and of very high quality.

Even though I am fearful of heights, I did not encounter any anxiety while I was on the gondola. It was a wonderful experience, and I would encourage anyone who is considering doing it to go ahead and do it because it is so amazing.
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