The two mountains are connected by a narrow ridge with a rocky crest, the Carn Mor Dearg (CMD) easiest ascent of "The Ben" is from Glen Nevis, via Meall an t-Suidhe to the W following the old road which was constructed to service the hotel and observatory, now both ruins near the summit. This route reveals little of the magnificence of Nevis, and there is an alternative route for hill-walkers who can cope with scrambling, via Carn Mor Dearg and the CMD arete. An ascent is also possible via the head wall of Coire Leis to join the southern end of the CMD arete. Both these routes approach the summit of Ben Nevis from the E. The N face of the Ben should be left to mountaineers with rock climbing experience. Hazards you may encounter on Ben Nevis include Steep slopes on or near ascent routes. Stony/rocky Slopes on or near ascent routes. Crags near summit. Scrambling (minor) , easy hand and footholds. General Considerations Temperature decreases by 1degree C for every 100m of ascent. Wind usually increases with altitude. Visibility can change markedly with cloud level. River/Stream levels can increase markedly in one day. Picture Gallery for Ben Nevis Ben Nevis from near the end of the CMD Arete
The approach to Battle Mountain and P'il-bong was much more difficult from the east, the American-held side, than from the west, the North Korean side.  On the east side there was no road climbing halfway to the top; from the base of the mountain at the edge of the Haman valley the only way to make the ascent was by foot trail. Climbers took two to three hours to reach the top of P'il-bong from the reservoir area, and required from three to four hours to get on top of Battle Mountain from the valley floor. The turnaround time for supply trains to Battle Mountain was six hours. Often a dispatch runner required eight hours to go up Battle Mountain and come back down. In some places the trail was so steep that climbers had to set up ropes to hold along the side of the trail. North Korean night patrols constantly cut telephone lines. The wire men had a difficult and dangerous job trying to maintain wire communication with units on the mountain.  Food, water and ammunition were frequently short for the units at the tops of the peaks. 
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