Kinlochleven to Fort William
This last section section begins with a steep climb out of Kinlochleven, eventually relenting and giving you superb views down Loch Leven and back to Kinlochleven.
Ahead of you is Lairigmor (the great pass) which provides easy walking between steep and grand mountains. The path follows the glen as it bends to the north, reaching woodland before heading towards Glen Nevis.
The Way continues through forestry plantations while Britain’s highest mountain Ben Nevis comes into view. There is plenty opportunity to climb this from the valley floor should you wish! Before the last section and descent to Fort William, you could also make a small detour and visit the remains of Dun Deardail, an Iron Age fort located in Glen Nevis.
You are now on the home stretch of the West Highland Way where Fort William and celebrations await. Make your way into the centre of town to the finish for a photo opportunity with the bronze statue of a fellow walker at Gordon Square.
Congratulations, you have just completed the 96-mile West Highland Way from Milngavie to Fort William! Where will your footsteps take you now?
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Steep climb out of Kinlochleven. The Lairigmor is rough underfoot.
The path through from Lundavra to Glen Nevis is undulating before finishing on tarmac into Fort William.
Start height: 66 metres
End height: 50 metres
Maximum height: 202 metres
Minimum height: 12 metres
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