Heading off Into the wildness In The Ben Nevis Area
Q. I am looking for some advise [sic] and subjusted [?] routes for a trip I am planning in July in the Ben Nevis area where we are planning to spend several days in the mountains wild camping as we go. Taking in as many high peaks as possible.
Mark Darigan, Halifax
A. Not sure what advice you are looking for - but Peak Bagging Map Ben Nevis, The Aonachs and The Grey Corries in Section 4: Fort William & Loch Linnhe to Loch Ericht details all the peaks worth bagging in the area (I think) you are referring to
With respect to wild camping see Wild Camping and The Law in England and Wales.
Hope this helps
A. I've said it before in answer to another question - take the train to Currour station and spend two days walking across the Mamores (13 Munroes [sic]) to Glen Nevis where you can take in the Ben [Nevis] and neighbours from the Glen.
Nothing better. Enjoy!
David Williams, Bampton, Oxon
NB. Actually there are 10 Munros in The Mamores but lots an lots of other peaks to climb - see Peak Bagging Map The Mamores - Ed.