Up Ben Nevis by cable car

During our recent trip to the Scottish Highlands, we went up Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, by cable car. The highest point of this mountain is 1 345 metres above sea level and it is part of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber area of the Scottish Highlands. The closest town is Fort William.



Going up Ben Nevis in the cable car. You can see the bicycle tracks below


Greg and I in the cable car



Breathtaking views from the top of the mountain


A small stream at the top of the mountain

12 thoughts on “Up Ben Nevis by cable car

  1. How wonderful, Robbie. Gorgeous scenery. Did you go down in the cable car too? When I was in China, I went up to the Great Wall in a chairlift, then down in a flume ride (I think they called it.) What fun. I thought I’d never be scared of anything again. Sadly, it didn’t work that way.

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