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Sea 2 Summit

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Scotland, United Kingdom

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $300 USD per person
  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    2015: September 12, 19, 26.

  • Starting Location

    Inverness, Scotland


  • Experience the Natural Beauty of the Highlands
  • Visit Inverness Castle and Fort Williams
  • A 1,370 metre Ascent to the Summit


Trip Info

Whether living there, a returning visitor or a first timer to the Highlands, Scotland is a magical place. The Sea 2 Summit trekking challenge has been designed to provide you with an adventure to remember. Stunning lochs, brooding glens, enchanting forests, rugged mountains and evocative venues all feature in what we know is a tour-de-force of one of the most famous landscapes in the World. Much has been written of the Highlands; its places, icons and legends are well known. Scotland’s Sea 2 Summit trekking really is designed to pull all of this together for you, the adventurer.

Day 1: Inverness – Fort William – 65 miles
Begin in Inverness on the East Coast of Scotland. We start our challenge at Inverness Castle. Following the River Ness we begin our ride through the Great Glen following the Southern Shores Loch Ness on quiet country roads with stunning views. We arrive in Fort Augustus for lunch enjoying the back drop of the Scottish Highlands. Our afternoon continues on a mixture of cycle paths and road through the Great Glen, with Ben Nevis looming in the distance. We arrive into Fort William where we spend the night in hostel accommodations.

Day 2: Ben Nevis. approx. 7 – 8 hrs.
With spectacular views across the Scottish Highlands as you trek to the summit, it is a stunning way to end the challenge. The trek to the summit takes approximately 4 hours and involves 1,370 metres of ascent. Once on the summit of Ben Nevis you will have the chance to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Scottish Highlands.

On completion of your challenge we will provide a transfer back to Inverness.

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