A few weeks after climbing Snowdon seemed like a good time to tackle the next of the three peaks: Ben Nevis.
I made a vlog of the trip which I think tells the story better than I could write it:
You can see in the video it was very busy, even busier than Snowdon, as there seemed to be some kind of team challenge going on. While this was a bit annoying on the lower sections, I was actually quite relieved that there was a steady stream of people coming back down the mountain as we neared the top – one more way of checking we were still heading in the right direction through the snow with minimal visibility!
It was a bit of a shame that we didn’t get the reward of a nice view (or any view at all) but it was a nice hike all the same, and the weather and lack of visibility made it seem even more challenging – and meant we even got a chance to use the compass we took
Here’s the proof from the Map My Hike app I used to track the walk.
Elevation was just over 1,300 metres (4,265 ft)
Now we just need to find a way to fit in Scafell Pile to complete the three peaks…