Nevis Range is home to the internationally acclaimed downhill track. Cyclists and their bikes are whisked from the car park to an altitude of 2150ft in specially adapted gondolas!
The fun starts at the top station, where cyclists begin their 2000ft descent back to the car park, on the 3km track. The track is steep and fierce in places and is only recommended for skilled riders. Europe's top riders descend the course in around 4 minutes, with no rest or mercy for a drop in concentration.
The downhill track is open to the public daily between 11am - 3pm, from mid May until mid September, however on occasions the track may be closed for maintenance, or to prevent wet weather damage. We suggest that if you have a long journey you contact Nevis Range in advance to avoid disappointment.
|Nearest Town:||Fort William|
|Sat Nav:||PH33 6SW|
|Grid Ref:||NN 171774|
Published: 1 June 2019
Join Gee Atherton as he takes us down a wet and wild Fort William track as the UCI Downhill World Cup returns to the highlands of Scotland this weekend.
Published: 6 June 2018
The full DH crew went to Fort William for their Annual pilgrimage and took everything Fort Bill could throw at them, from blinding sun to hospital visits.
Published: 2 June 2018
All the action from Friday's practice session on one of the oldest and most demanding tracks on the UCI DH World Cup circuit.
Published: 5 June 2017
Was this the hardest World Cup section in recent years? Check out all the carnage in practice from the Fort William World Cup. Enjoy!
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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