The course will be spilt into two main spectator areas, with the best sections divided between the lower and upper groups.

The lower group will feature several sections within easy walking distance of the paddock and start / finish area. These will be located in the lower part of the stream and will also include three man made hazards, one of which will be the final section.

Britain's only mountain gondola will transport spectators effortlessly in just twelve minutes from the paddock and start / finish area at 300ft to 2150ft (91m - 1,221m), where you will find the upper group of sections in one of the most spectacular and scenic settings anywhere in the World.

Thanks to the kind permission of Alcan, the upper stream sections are simply sensational and must be visited at least once during the two-day event.

These sections are located one hundred and fifty metres along the gravel roadway that leads from the top gondola station. Here you can also find the Snowgoose mountain restaurant and bar, gift shop, the mountain discovery centre, children's play park, footpaths and panoramic viewpoints.

The gondola is located on the north face of Aonach Mor, the eighth highest mountain in Britain.  The return passage will be as equally easy with another twelve minute journey back down the mountain.  Each gondola can accommodate up to six people in an enclosed carriage.

Please note that only competitors / officials are permitted to ride motorcycles on site, this permission is limited to the duration of the event. The unauthorised riding of motorcycles at Nevis Range, on Aonach Mor or on surrounding Forestry Commission land is strictly prohibited at all times.



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Where to stay

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Travelling to the trial

Route to the Highlands

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