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Race Report

Scotland’s most famous mtb race destination, Nevis Range, is the first stop on the 2022 SES calendar. This stunning location in the shadow of Scotland’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, is the perfect backdrop for a race that gives riders a mixture of steep and natural hand cut trails, as well as a taste of what the Nevis Range is famous for: rocky slab, sweet loam and changeable weather :)

 

The SES Nevis Range is an EWS Qualifier race, giving those on the pathway to professional sport, the opportunity to accrue crucial qualifying points. For everyone else, it’s an opportunity to shred like Top Chief, imagine you’re Reece and be thankful that the gondola is open!

race format

 

Saturday 23rd April: Training day for SES 80, SES 100, SES Pro and SES Teams

Saturday 23rd April: SES KIDS race day

Sunday 24th April: Race day

Download the SES Nevis Range Race Book

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explore the area

When you’re not on the trails, or enjoying some well deserved post-race food and drinks, there are plenty of other things to do around Fort William.

 

Described as the Outdoor Capital of the UK, you can explore sandy beaches, dramatic hills, iconic film locations, castles and distilleries.

getting here

The Nevis Range Mountain Resort is located just 7 miles from Fort William and a 30 minute drive from Loch Ness! You can make the scenic trip via bike, car or bus.

Located 3 hours from Edinburgh / Glasgow and 1.5 hours from Inverness, you’ll see some of Scotland’s most amazing scenery on your way to the SES event! 

There is a regular ScotRail train service from Glasgow and Stagecoach offer bike storage on their Inverness to Fort William route. 

 

Nevis Range Mountain Resort

Torlundy

Fort William

Inverness-shire

PH33 6SQ

 

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nevis range faq's

Do I have to pay for parking at the Nevis Range? 

The spectator car parking fee is £4.50 for the day or £15 for overnight parking. If riders are travelling by car, they will need to enter their vehicle registration number to be eligible for free parking.