This angle makes Ledge Route look very formidable (but see photograph below). The easiest route would probably be via the Mountain Track to Lochan Meall an t-Suidhe, and then crossing over Coire Leis and a river crossing to rejoin the North Face Track back to the start. For all these reasons, you must take warm clothing and spare gloves, and you should carry light waterproofs even if the weather is good. Ledge Route offers a fantastic way to reach the summit of Ben Nevis via it's famous North Face. Ben Nevis by the Mountain Path FORT WILLIAM ... Ben Nevis by the Mountain Path FORT WILLIAM + − followMarker: false, This is the first climbing difficulty after an easy clamber over boulders (and, in early season, snow), but just before these two broken clefts the gully can be evaded to the right via a grassy slope and some damp slabs leading to a fairly easy left-rising ravine up to the southern crest of Carn Dearg Buttress. map.on('fullscreenchange', function () { Number Five Gully separating Moonlight Gully Buttress (centre) and Carn Dearg Buttress (right), as seen from the Charles Inglis Clark Memorial Hut below Ben Nevis. Remember also that snow on the summit means cornices (overhangs of snow) at the cliff edge, so keep your distance from it. Better is to follow the ridge northwards, first to the subsidiary top Carn Dearg Meadhonach, then to the unnamed top halfway to the northernmost, Carn Beag Dearg. It is the least-resistant line through North Face, and begins by surmounting the rough slabs south-west of the CIC hut before dropping into and across a grassy corrie, crossing the watercourses low down and ascending the right bank, traversing a scree cone leftward and climbing slabs to the right of a deep gorge. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. This runs dry at height, and an intermittent path crosses and ascends left of (and occasionally entering) the now bouldered gully, leading to the north end of Coire na Ciste. None – you’ll need to get a taxi from Fort William. It is graded between Grade 1 and Grade 2 on the Scrambling scale, depending on which route is taken. This is also explained at the website of Ordnance Survey (the United Kingdom's statutory mapping agency) where Microsoft Silverlight users can preview suitable maps. From here, you’ll get grandstand views of the North Face and a reasonably exclusive route to the summit of Ben Nevis that hugs the clifftops, before joining the masses. minZoom: 0, }).addTo(map); elevationDiv: '#os-datahub-elev-0', We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Finding the start isn't as straightforward, but a reliable method is to descend a depression due west of the low point of the ridge below the unnamed top on the way to Carn Beag Dearg. This itinerary describes a circuit route starting and finishing at … This saves carrying a day's supply 2200ft (c. 700m) from sea level. theme: 'lightblue-theme', Ben Nevis: ledge route - See 2,415 traveler reviews, 2,250 candid photos, and great deals for Fort William, UK, at Tripadvisor. The straightforward route is from Carn Dearg, but from the South side, and is very steep. You should be able to tell how much snow is on this route before you start (in clear weather). function init_datahub_map0() { Due west, the immense gully to the left of Carn Dearg Buttress (NN163722), running forward and almost entirely viewable from the CIC, is Number Five. There is an unmade path downhill, boggy in places but easy enough to follow even after sunset. crs: crs, controlElevation.load('https://www.walkupbennevis.co.uk/wp-content/blogs.dir/11/files/gpx/ledge-route-ben-nevis.gpx'); Grade 1 Scramble – with the usual warning not to stray onto more technical routes. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. The cairn at the top (1214m) of Ledge Route is about a one-and-a-half kilometre walk from the summit of Ben Nevis and presents no difficulty on a clear day. marker_options: { startIconUrl: false, endIconUrl: false, wptIcons: { '': defaultMarker } } Dave Roberts founded Walk Eryri in 2004, with the aim of providing routes that are off the beaten track. This site is part of the Mud and Routes family, we run the following websites. After reaching the summit via Ledge Route it crosses the Carn Mor Dearg Arete (c.1050m) and returns along the north ridge of Carn Mor Dearg (1220m). The Ledge Route is the North Face of Ben Nevis for non-climbers. Ledge Route II . Ticklists . From the east end of the summit ruins locate the large, incongruous metal frame of a discarded instrument carriage. imperial: false, The Full Guide to scrambling The Ledge Route will be added soon! This is Ledge Route Direct. Grade 1 scramble on Ben Nevis’ North Face – a classic route! } else { Note: Unroped scrambling is potentially the most dangerous of all mountaineering activities. As a result, participants on this trip should be in good physical condition. }).on('loaded', function(e) { Other browsers are no longer supported, infuriatingly. Coire na Ciste (unseen) is to the immediate left at half height; the Ledge Route scramble is on the central skyline. Trend left to the crest and follow it downhill to a well-constructed cairn similar to that at the top of Number Four Gully. This difficulty is best evaded to the left when there is a choice between an sporting but possibly ill-advised immediate return to the crest or an easier ascent up the left flank at the same grade as the foregoing. Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace. It’s here that the Ledge Route starts in earnest. All the Ledge Route variations converge here, before ascending an obvious crest, and, via the (equally obvious) close pair of ledges themselves, to the clifftop at 1200m. Ben Nevis scrambling walks, the best being the Ledge Route, is it a Grade 1 or 2? gestureHandling: true, The best way to make your way from Four Gully to Three is to follow the cliff-line fairly closely. ruler: false, Intake Eleven, known to north-facers simply as "The Dam", is an aluminium company water intake tapping the Allt a' Mhuilinn (Mill Burn) at NN148751. Ledge Route on Ben Nevis is 'the' classic lower-grade winter route on the mountain, which we climb on our courses and guided ascents. maxZoom: 9 attributionControl: false, It isn't particularly committing, but because of its length and situation it is unsuitable for novices. Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the United Kingdom. Dave has been exploring the hills of Eryri for over thirty years, and is a qualified Mountain Leader. Follow the arete east and then north-east to the summit of Carn Mor Dearg. 5 (The compass direction distinguishes it from the eponymous south-eastern flank of the Ben, a more peaceful spot typically reached by an undistinguished clamber from the Polldubh crags in Glen Nevis but best bagged by walking from the top of Surgeon's Rib, another grade one scramble approached from the top of a stone wall south of the old graveyard marked on both OS maps.). From here we climb up through the boulders towards Number 5 Gully then break out to gain the crest of the ridge. From here head directly uphill - roughly south-east - and follow a straight line until you reach the tourist path leading to the summit. Keep to the crest, ignoring the odd section of intermittent path on the south side. zoom: 9, map.gestureHandling.enable(); Timings are approximate and depend on the individual. Ben Nevis via the Ledge Route. if ( ( e.target.get_elevation_max() - e.target.get_elevation_min() ) > 1 ) { reverseCoords: false, Very near the top of the scree cone from Five, move 10m right along a grassy bank. All the main approaches to Ben Nevis from the north converge at it. Fetching Map. Slightly south of it is a small forestry (ie private) car park, and a deer stile: The Intake Eleven deer stile at NN148750 is just over two miles NNW of the CIC hut and the well-made direct path linking the two also connects to the public North Face car park about one mile further north at NN145765, road access to which is signposted from Torlundy on the A82. minZoom: 10, (NB: The footpath from the NF car park is not marked on OS maps yet, but it is signed clearly enough). "An excellent scramble through magnificent scenery. Apart from one rounded step, the rest of the ridge is easy ground until a final steepening and an unsurmountable wall on the right, speckled with much whiteish lichen. This is just a small flattish area with a better view of the upper Trident Buttress to the south and Number Six gully and castle ridge to the north. This is yet another scramble, this time climbing Ben Nevis via the Ledge Route on the North Face and up to Carn Dearg (1221) and along to the summit. var map = L.map('os-datahub-map-0', mapOptions); From the CIC, the direct Ledge Routes are best reached from the slabs well right of the CIC waterpoint as one faces the letterbox buttress, beginning with a short descent to cross the merged watercourse from Coire na Ciste. if (map.isFullscreen()) { Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis Guided ascent of Tower Ridge on Ben Nevis We're climbing and scrambling up 'Tower Ridge' on Ben Nevis, probably the most renowned climber's route on the mountain's North Face. If you need to descend in an emergency, it is best to follow the above directions until you have found the tourist path, although you can safely head due south from Three Gully rather than walking uphill - you will certainly come across the path very shortly either way. The main Ledge Route scramble line begins at the top of Carn Dearg Buttress and follows the obvious gentle upward ridge west. Overview; Photos 89; Free Range; Ledge Route ; 450m. However, because the flank variation avoids Five Gully altogether, it is the only route to become clear of snow in very early season (May). From here traverse abruptly hard right over rocks to pick up a path running due north below upward-leading outcrops under a steep wall, to the top of the letterbox buttress, a justly celebrated viewpoint, but nothing to what follows: Continue the upslant into and across Number Five Gully to the top of Carn Dearg Buttress, passing a large and seemingly improbable rock pedestal before pausing to appreciate a tremendous and vertiginous panorama at the top of the main buttress. The route is steep, but reasonably short at only 1km in length and around 460 metres of ascent to the summit of Carn Dearg (1221). Ledge Route is a grade 1 (ie easy) scramble up the imposing north-east face of Ben Nevis in Highland Scotland. This itinerary describes a circuit route starting and finishing at a deer stile to the north of Ben Nevis (1344m). maxZoom: 10 It soons returns to west and after a few very simple rock problems, reaches the ledges. Beyond the gully an anti-clockwise downclimb and (highly exposed) traverse-return on the southern buttress headwall may interest very experienced scramblers. Ledge Route Grade-2 . The CMD Arete is the classic hill walker's ascent of Ben Nevis that should be on every mountain walker's tick list along side Crib Goch, The Snowdon. Kirkhope Mountaineering: Ben nevis via the Ledge route - See 187 traveler reviews, 90 candid photos, and great deals for Fort William, UK, at Tripadvisor. var controlElevation = L.control.elevation(elevation_options).addTo(map); The exposure is sensational as we move across the narrow crests and negotiate The Tower and Tower Gap. 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