Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve
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Davie Hill
Alford, UK30 bijdragen
jan. 2022
I loved this hike! Decided to head up in Jan 2022 as there was some good snow fall that month. Quite walk with only a few others seen that day, including 2x snowboarders! Good routes, however in the snow always make sure you have a map and compass, as the weather can close in and tracks will be more difficult due to snow fall.

Some great views of the highlands!
Geschreven op 14 augustus 2022
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KevinP1314
Monifieth, UK2.008 bijdragen
aug. 2021 • Vrienden
Ascended Ben Wyvis with my son as we celebrate 30/60 years of age respectively.
Although the cloud base covered the summit we were afforded fabulous views once below the cloud base.
Geschreven op 19 augustus 2021
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JamieJW
Quakertown, PA2.169 bijdragen
sep. 2019 • Stellen
Small car park off the main road and free entrance to the Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve. Peaceful trek up the mountain.

Path is quite narrow and rocky in some spots but an easy trek up the mountain. Along the way there are multiple water falls to view and bridges to cross. Total elevation change is about 1,000m.

Ben Wyvis is a mountain located in Easter Ross, north-west of Dingwall in northern Scotland. It lies in the council area of Highland, and the county of Ross and Cromarty. The mountain is prominent in views of the area, presenting a whale-back shape above the farmland of Strathconon.

The day started out cloudy and as we made our way up the trail the sun broke through the clouds and lit up the mountain.
Geschreven op 26 september 2019
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Karen N
Elgin, UK96 bijdragen
jul. 2019 • Stellen
Planned to walk to the Ben Wyvis summit, but strong wind conditions put paid to that. Well maintained paths and an obvious route up so no serious map reading required. Very exposed if it's windy and path conditions could deteriorate quickly. Will be back!
Geschreven op 28 juli 2019
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james g
Glasgow, UK441 bijdragen
mei 2019 • Stellen
Ben Wyvis - meaning : 'The Hil of Terror' - is in Easter Ross, north west of Dingwall. We climbed it as a family group (adults) and, although it is not a particularly high Munro (3432 feet), it had a few surprises for us. The walk from the car park to the foot of the mountain takes about an hour. The ascent is steeper than expected although there is a very well laid path to help. From about 2000 feet onwards snow was still lying and extra care was needed with your footing. This was especially the case on the way down : at some places the snow had melted and then froze over, so could be slippy. The mountain is whale back shaped and the first marker you reach is the sub-summit An Cabar at about 3000 feet. Although it was a beautiful sunny day the wind here was perishing and we had to layer up. The true summit is about another 1.5 miles further on. The views at the top are amazing. We had a really tremendous day and we dealt with a few challenges on the way there and back. You do a fair bit of walking overall and there were a lot of aching limbs next day! Overall, it was a great climb, a great experience and definitely well worth the effort!
Geschreven op 5 juni 2019
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tcc334
Aberdeen, UK173 bijdragen
sep. 2018 • Stellen
Walked this munro yesterday. Car park sign posted off the main road. Not the biggest car park and I expect it gets packed during peak walking times. Good path to the hill direct from the car park. Short woodland walk before you're out in the open and literally on the hill. A fantastic walk up the hill before reaching the plateau where you have a bit more of a walk bwfore reaching the trig point. Wind chill up there yesterday was unbelievable and as always decent kit is a must. Mixture of cloud cover with some openings in the cloud to reveal amazing scenery from the top but we had to wait until we were well down off the plateau before getting out the cloud and savouring the views. We were up the hill and back at the car in just over 4 hours which we were delighted with. Anther fabulous example of Scotland at its best and I'd thoroughly recommend ticking this munro off your list. It's not even that far from Inverness. X
Geschreven op 29 september 2018
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Oldelgin
Aberdeen, UK528 bijdragen
nov. 2017 • Stellen
We decided to walk up Ben Wyvis when booking our hotel in Dingwall. Turned out to be a pretty miserable wet day.
We parked in the car park and walked through the muddy woods for about 45 minutes before reaching the path up the hill. Easily found just following the the path, turns into a stone path which is quite steep in places. The wind got up making it quite a difficult walk but we made.
No views due to low cloud but still a great sense of achievement.
Remember and take crisps, a snickers and hip flask and all will be good.
Geschreven op 8 december 2017
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Alastair N
Aberdeen, UK608 bijdragen
sep. 2017 • Alleen
No Munro is completely easy, and in bad weather they all need the greatest respect, but if you get a really mild and sunny day, then Ben Wyvis has to be a good candidate for a trouble free walk. There is a car park signposted off the A835 and an information board to explain how you get through the woods and onto the hill (but DO NOT venture onto the hill without a map and compass, food, water and waterproof clothing). That said the path is easy to follow, and when you get to the foot of the hill it has been upgraded with stone steps in many places. The ascent is steeply up one end of the hill, and when you get to the top, there is still over a mile to walk across the flat grassy top before you reach the summit cairn and trig point. This part of the walk is sensitive vegetation and walkers are asked to stick to a preferred line and not wander all over the place. How long it takes you to get to the top depends on fitness levels, but for me it is 2hr 50min. The view is amazing with hills to the west and the oil rigs in the Cromarty Firth to the east. You can either return by the same route or carry on in a circle back through the woods, but that needs navigational skills.
Geschreven op 26 september 2017
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Wanderingfeet1990
Shrewsbury, UK75 bijdragen
aug. 2017
Our first Munro! And what a treat!

I used to live right by this mountain and always wanted to climb it. It's much steeper than it looks but there is a good path to follow and rock steps up the steepest parts.

The views from the top are great- you can see for miles either side. To get to the foot of the mountain from the car park takes an hour in itself! It ended up being a 16km walk and we were very achy the next day! But well worth it!
Geschreven op 24 augustus 2017
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