Tag Archives: Glen Nevis

Remarkable achievements at Ben and Glen Nevis

Over the last five years, the Nevis Landscape Partnership has achieved what it says on the side of its bus – carried out a programme of 19 projects, with tremendous volunteer support. This £3.4 million scheme has had a tangible … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Great Trails – The West Highland Way

Mention a long-distance path nowadays and you are likely to see it described as both a long-distance challenge and something that you can enjoy in bite-size chunks. Yet, perhaps the West Highland Way, of all our long-distance paths, is the … Continue reading

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Sensing Landscape: Ridge, Route, Trail and Path

Rachel Mimiec, our National Scenic Areas Artist in Residence, reports from the dramatic landscape of Glencoe and Ben Nevis. As well as walking with groups over the past few weeks I have also been out for walks with individuals who … Continue reading

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Sensing Landscape: Landscape within Landscapes

Rachel Mimiec has now explored three National Scenic Areas – which will our NSA Artist in Residence chose to be her base? I have recently returned from the Ben Nevis/Glencoe NSA. As with all my other research weeks it was … Continue reading

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