Ben Nevis Challenge
Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles and stands at a mighty 1344m. The views from the summit encompass a considerable part of Scotland's most spectacular scenery, including the mountains of Glen Coe to the south, Sunart Ardgour to the south west, Glen Albyn to the north, Rannoch Moor to the east and faint glimpses of the Isle of Mull in the far south, just beyond the furthest reaches of Loch Linnhe.
To find out more information about this challenge please read our information fact sheet which you can download here. Your concern makes all the difference and you can read more about our work at www.concern.net