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No Fuss Events Launch Custom Branded Mountain Gondola

We were delighted to welcome No Fuss Events to Nevis Range today to launch the latest strand to their innovative marketing campaign for 2017 – the first completely wrapped mountain gondola at Nevis Range. Unveiling  their custom branded Gondola,  Frazer Coupland, Partner at No Fuss Events, said: “Nevis Range operates Britain’s only mountain gondola system […]

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In the Shadow of Ben Nevis

Working at Nevis Range, 27 years on, in 2016, it’s all too easy to forget the blood, sweat & tears and the huge amount of effort that went into creating the ski resort and visitor attraction that we all take for granted today.  And as a skier or snowboarder, the history of the slopes you […]

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Gondola Electronics upgraded!

• 12 tons of equipment • 15 kilometers of cable • 4,000 terminal connections • 6 Doppelmayr engineers from Austria • 9 Nevis Range staff • £½m capital cost This year when we closed for our annual ‘planned maintenance’ schedule we started a major upgrade of Electronics on our Gondola system which was first installed […]

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Change at the top!

From today, we’ve got a new boss here at Nevis Range.  Peter joined Nevis Range when it first opened in 1989 as head chef.  Since then, he’s been busy keeping our customers, and us, well fed with delicious and healthy meals made with loads of locally sourced ingredients.  Everything’s made on the premises, which is […]

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Top taste award for our top nosh!

We’re absolutely delighted that we’ve won a VisitScotland “Taste Our Best” Award … the first Scottish ski resort and one of only 6 visitor attractions to have it. Although we’ve always know that our Snowgoose restaurant and Pinemarten cafe bar were second to none … frequenting them as often as we can in-between ‘work’ breaks, […]

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Weather impacts FW MTB World Cup event schedule

Due to adverse weather conditions, the Downhill World Cup Qualifying rounds have been postponed until tomorrow (Sunday 7 June) to ensure rider safety. With strong winds and heavy rain on the Aonach Mor course, event organisers have moved the full Downhill competition with training, qualifying and finals taking place in an action packed Sunday. Meanwhile, […]

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Fort William fans encouraged to prepare for adverse weather

The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup and BUFF® 4X Pro Tour, gets underway in Fort William tomorrow (Saturday 6 June) and organisers are advising spectators to dress for the conditions, with adverse weather expected. Strong winds and heavy rain is forecast, so fans are advised to wear appropriate clothing and footwear to deal with the […]

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Gondola uplift for bikes open Sat 9 May

Gondola uplift for bikes accessing the World Cup Downhill and the Giant Red XC trail re opens today.  Riders are able to use the Nevis Range mountain gondola, the only one of its kind in the UK, to transport them and their bikes to the start of these trails on the slopes of Aonach Mor. […]

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We’re on Hidden Highland, episode of BBC Secret Britain

We were delighted to feature on the final episode of this Secret Britain series where Ellie Harrison and Adam Henson explores the hidden highlands of Scotland.  It was inspired by suggestions from viewers of Countryfile, and Adam and Ellie meet people living in Britain’s Britain’s countryside who have extraordinary stories and stunning sights to share. The pair […]

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Nevis Range Celebrates 25 years

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