About Nevis Range
With some high skiing in Scottish terms up to 1190m (3900ft) The Nevis Range on the slopes of Aonach Mor offers a great variety of skiing terrain in a dramatic setting. Unusually this stations sits close to the coast with great views back over Fort William and the sea loch Loch Linnhe.
The area is served by a very efficient gondola from the carpark over the mountain bike tracks which hosts the world cup downhill. This gives direct access to the beginners area and the perfect mix of terrain across 35 runs. An artificial slope provides an option when natural conditions are not so good.
Facilities are available right across the hill ranging from the substantial Snow Goose at the heart of the station to a couple of smaller huts.
For the adventurous seeking steeps head to The Back Corries and ride Summit Gully or Spikes. There is also a good terrain park; Boarderwise.
Fort William is a fairly substantial settlement (population 10,000 ) situated 7 miles from the slopes there is plenty of accommodation, restaurants and bars as well as local amenities. Alternatively Spean Bridge, 6 miles away is a smaller, quieter alternative or for food, drink music and cosy accommodation try the Ben Nevis Inn
A selection of properies in Nevis Range
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03/04/2018 via Finbar Doig
More snow falling throughout the week. Thursday may be a powder day with spells of sunshine. Still full cover over the whole mountain despite being April with all three back corries holding fantastic amounts of snow.
04/02/2018 via Finbar Doig
Fresh snow across the whole mountain, wind effected in some areas. Back Corries with great snow conditions and easy drop-ins due to predominantly small cornices.