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* Climb '''[[Ben Nevis]]''' - the highest mountain in [[Britain]].  The summit is 4406 feet high with some dangerous sections very near the path to the summit.  It is essential that a map and compass are carried as well as warm clothing and waterproofs.  A leaflet, "Navigation on Ben Nevis", is available free in Fort William.  [http://www.mountaineering-scotland.org.uk/leaflets/nevis.html]
 
* Climb '''[[Ben Nevis]]''' - the highest mountain in [[Britain]].  The summit is 4406 feet high with some dangerous sections very near the path to the summit.  It is essential that a map and compass are carried as well as warm clothing and waterproofs.  A leaflet, "Navigation on Ben Nevis", is available free in Fort William.  [http://www.mountaineering-scotland.org.uk/leaflets/nevis.html]
  
* Explore '''the Mamores''' if you like your mountains less populated than Ben Nevis. This is a beautiful range between Glen Nevis to the north and Kinlochleven to the south. They include a number of Munroes so you may well meet people but you may well not want to do the Ben Nevis tourist route more than once.
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Explore '''the Mamores''' if you like your mountains less populated than Ben Nevis. This is a beautiful range between Glen Nevis to the north and Kinlochleven to the south. They include a number of Munroes so you may well meet people but you may well not want to do the Ben Nevis tourist route more than once.
  
 
* Cruise around Loch Linnhe. A boat leaves from Fort William landing pier daily at 2 hour intervals (12:00am, 2:00pm, 4:00pm) and taking in the views from Loch as well as local wildlife. The boat has a bar serving food and drink as well as blankets to keep people warm on the decks. Tickets are £10 per adult with concessions available. The trip lasts around 90 minutes.
 
* Cruise around Loch Linnhe. A boat leaves from Fort William landing pier daily at 2 hour intervals (12:00am, 2:00pm, 4:00pm) and taking in the views from Loch as well as local wildlife. The boat has a bar serving food and drink as well as blankets to keep people warm on the decks. Tickets are £10 per adult with concessions available. The trip lasts around 90 minutes.

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