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Ben Wyvis

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Ben Wyvis is an isolated, huge and bulky Munro, rising like an elephant from the lower moors of Easter Ross. Prominent in many views, Ben Wyvis is a well-known and popular ascent.

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Region: Loch Ness

Altitude: 1046 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Ben Wyvis from near Garbat

Other routes and challenges

The route given above is extremely popular and any other approach to Ben Wyvis makes one seem decidedly eccentric.

One of the best alternatives is to use a mountain bike to head up past Loch Glass to Wyvis Lodge. From further up the glen, an old stalkers' path ascends via the Carn Gorm ridge to Tom a' Choinnich. Some of the trip reports give more details.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Dingwall Hotels

Dingwall B&B

Dingwall Cottages

Loch Ness Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)



Munro book

Users' walk reports for Ben Wyvis

There are 6281 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Ben Wyvis. They have contributed 98 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most recent ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  08/08/2020  2 M1
  18/07/2020  0 M1
  21/03/2020  2 M1
  20/03/2020  1 M1
  20/12/2019  0 M1
  15/11/2019  1 M1
  10/09/2019  0 M1
  01/09/2019  3 M1
  23/07/2019  2 M1
  20/07/2019  2 M1
  26/05/2019  1 M2
  18/04/2019  5 M1
  11/12/2018  3 M1
  23/09/2018  0 M1
  04/09/2018  1 M1
  29/06/2018  0 M1
  22/06/2018  0 M1
  21/05/2018  5 M7C1
  02/05/2018  1 M1
  26/02/2018  0 M1C1
  07/11/2017  1 M1
  17/09/2017  1 M1
  30/08/2017  9 M10G2
  02/07/2017  1 M1
  24/06/2017  5 M6C3
  11/06/2017  5 M1
  29/04/2017  14 M10C2
  03/04/2017  0 M1
  07/01/2017  10 M1
  20/11/2016  7 M1
  20/11/2016  2 M1
  19/11/2016  0 M1
  01/10/2016  0 M1
  02/08/2016  1 M1
  29/07/2016  2 M1
  29/07/2016  1 M1
  09/06/2016  1 M1
  29/05/2016  0 M2
  23/05/2016  7 M9G1
  21/05/2016  0 M1
  06/05/2016  1 M1
  16/04/2016  1 M1
  08/04/2016  3 M1
  25/11/2015  9 M1C1
  25/10/2015  1 M1
  20/09/2015  3 M1
  10/08/2015  2 M1
  09/08/2015  4 M5C3
  08/08/2015  1 M1
  16/07/2015  0 M1
  26/06/2015  7 M1
  21/06/2015  0 M1
  12/06/2015  1 M1
  25/05/2015  0 M1
  21/03/2015  0 M1
  23/08/2014  14 M1
  14/06/2014  0 M1
  07/06/2014  1 M1
  11/04/2014  0 M1
  28/03/2014  9 M1C1
  04/11/2013  0 M1
  03/11/2013  4 M3
  26/10/2013  3 M1
  18/10/2013  0 M1
  27/08/2013  5 M1C1
  24/08/2013  14 M7
  27/07/2013  36 M1
  08/06/2013  1 M1
  06/01/2013  2 M1
  24/11/2012  4 M1
  11/11/2012  1 M1
  22/09/2012  1 M1
  06/06/2012  2 M1
  02/06/2012  2 M1
  16/11/2011  1 M1
  02/08/2011  2 M1
  30/07/2011  0 M1
  31/05/2011  1 M1
  19/04/2011  0 M1
  09/04/2011  0 M1
  10/10/2010  0 M1
  08/09/2010  0 M1
  23/08/2010  0 M1
  01/08/2010  0 M1
  15/07/2010  0 M1
  06/07/2010  1 M1
  30/06/2010  0 M1
  04/04/2010  4 M1
  02/04/2010  0 M1
  19/12/2009  1 M1
  29/08/2009  0 M1
  17/08/2009  0 M1
  14/08/2009  0 M1
  01/08/2009  6 M1
  30/05/2009  1 M1
  02/01/2009  0 M1
  22/05/2008  0 M1
  04/08/2007  0 M1

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