Fort William Scotland gondola
Those trying to find the quickest way to rise the two Aonach peaks can approach through the north, riding the Nevis Range gondola for pretty much half the ascent. This program gives a reasonably quick hillwalk with stunning views even though summits are extremely subjected as well as the plateau needs very competent navigation. The path might not kindly purists who would like to rise the hills under their own steam - these could rather utilize the path from Glen Nevis.
Pathless hillwalking. Steep open pitch through ski area, grassy plateau across Aonach Mor after that rockier ridge to Aonach Beag. Careful navigation required.
The root of the Nevis number gondola can be reached by bus from Fort William and Spean Bridge.
Top section for the Nevis number Gondola cable-car (there's a charge to ride the gondola).
Hillwalking in Winter
Take note that hillwalking if you have snowfall lying requires an ice-axe, crampons additionally the understanding, experience and ability to utilize all of them correctly. All path information and problems given here are for summer circumstances. See our Winter Essentials page for basic information about the relevant skills, techniques and knowledge needed for winter hillwalking.
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