Ben Nevis


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Ben Ne·vis

 (nē′vĭs, nĕv′ĭs)
The highest mountain of Great Britain, rising to 1,343 m (4,406 ft) in the Grampian Mountains of western Scotland.

Ben Nevis

(bɛn ˈnɛvɪs)
n
(Placename) a mountain in W Scotland, in the Grampian mountains: highest peak in Great Britain. Height: 1344 m (4408 ft)

Ben Ne•vis

(bɛn ˈni vɪs, ˈnɛv ɪs)
n.
a mountain in NW Scotland in the Grampians: highest peak in Great Britain. 4406 ft. (1345 m).
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The Radio 1 broadcaster had to postpone the final leg of his fundraiser - climbing Ben Nevis - because of atrocious conditions.
The woman, in her 80s, was found at her home on Ben Nevis Road at around 10.
INTREPID Phoebe Smith has found a way to guarantee a white Christmas - she'll wake up tomorrow on the snow-capped peak of Ben Nevis.
The test involves scaling Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon in less than 24 hours and the pair made it with 26 minutes to spare, raising more than PS3,000.
A member of Cleveland Mountaineering Club, he died after falling on the north face of Ben Nevis in the Highlands last Friday.
Tia Layla Ruddle is raising money by climbing Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike - after climbing Mount Snowdon last year.
Having already climbed Wales' highest peak last year, 13-year-old Amir Saleh has now gone one further by conquering Ben Nevis and raising a further PS1,000 for injured rugby star Owen Williams' cause.
Despite bad weather the group conquered Ben Nevis in onesies to help raise funds in memory of their friend Cameron Grant.
Steven Brown scaled Ben Nevis in Scotland, Scafell Pike in England and Snowdon in Wales - which have a combined height of 11,181ft - in 22 hours 54 minutes.
THE TOUGHEST OF TRIATHLONS MOUNTAIN TO CLIMB Ben Nevis Billed as one of the UK's toughest triathlons, the Ben Nevis Braveheart Tri returns for another year on Saturday, September 17.
Rachel Slater, 24, and Tim Newton, 27, failed to return from an outing on Ben Nevis in the Scottish Highlands at the weekend.
It is believed the two, from Bradford in West Yorkshire, had been camping behind the Charles Inglis Clark memorial hut on the north side of Ben Nevis.