How To Get Here

Nevis Range is 7 miles north of Fort William in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.  The resort sits on the mountain of Aonach Mor, the eighth highest peak in Britain, just 2 peaks from Ben Nevis.

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From Fort William to Nevis Range

Cycle or on foot - you can cycle or walk to Nevis Range along the pathway which follows the A82, signpost to Inverness.  Once the pathway reaches Torlundy, it turns to the right, away from the A82 and goes through Leanachan forest to Nevis Range

By bus - The number 41 bus service operates between Nevis Range, Fort William and Spean Bridge. This service will allow skis and snowboards on board. For times browse the timetable or call Stagecoach on 01463 239292. This service may not operate during the Nevis Range maintenance period, from mid November to mid December.

By car - Nevis Range is located 7 miles north of Fort William, on the A82 to Inverness.  It is well signposted, and the access road to Nevis Range is a wide, good quality road; if you turn into a track, then you are on the wrong road.  Our postcode is PH33 6SQ, however this is a new postcode, so please be aware that it takes time for all the Sat Navs to account for this new information.  The old postcode directed Sat Nav users to a small car park in Leanachan forest, causing considerable confusion! If you are driving, we recommend watching our for the traditional brown tourist signposting.

By Taxi - There's a taxi rank behind Morrisons and near to Tesco's on the main High Street in Fort William. Several private taxi firms also operate in the area including AAA Greyhound, 01397 705050 / Budget Taxis, 01397 703335 / Criost Taxis, 01397 313233 / Speeders Cabs, 01397 704000 / Nevis Taxi’s, 01397 703000 / Caol Cabs, 01397 702525 / Alistair’s Taxis, 01855 811136 (can take bikes) / Woody's Taxis, 01397 701066.

From Inverness to Nevis Range

By car - Nevis Range is 64 miles south of Inverness on the A82 signposted to Fort WIlliam.  After you pass through the village of Spean Bridge, Nevis Range is clearly signposted, 5 miles on your left.

Getting to Fort William

By bus - Both Scottish CityLink and National Express operate regular coach services to Fort William. Call Scottish CityLink on 08705 505050 for Scottish routes and National Express on 08717 818181 for all other UK routes.

By train - The nearest station is Fort William train station, with daily services to Glasgow, which connect Fort William with Aberdeen, Edinburgh and all other major UK cities.

By sleeper train - The Caledonian Sleeper operates from London Euston to Fort William. Call National Rail Services on 08457 484950.

By car - Fort William is 2.5 hours north of Glasgow and 1.5 hours south of Inverness, along the A82. For those travelling from the east there are several routes off the A9, which can be taken, including from Perth and Aviemore. Nevis Range is situated 7 miles north of Fort William on the A82 to Inverness.

By foot - the West Highland Way links Milngavie just outside Glasgow to Fort William. The 95 mile walk takes you from the outskirts of Scotland's largest city to the foot of its highest mountain, following the shores of its largest freshwater loch.

Getting to the Highlands

By plane - a number of airlines operate routes directly into Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, from the rest of the UK and Europe.

By boat - Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries service 22 islands and 4 peninsulas that are situated off the West Coast of Scotland. It is possible to travel from the majority of these islands to the mainland into the ports of Mallaig or Oban, from there you can use the bus, train or road links to Fort William. Information from CalMac on 01475 650100.

Getting to the Highlands

By plane - a number of airlines operate routes directly into Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, from the rest of the UK and Europe.

By boat - Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries service 22 islands and 4 peninsulas that are situated off the West Coast of Scotland. It is possible to travel from the majority of these islands to the mainland into the ports of Mallaig or Oban, from there you can use the bus, train or road links to Fort William. Information from CalMac on 01475 650100.