One man passed us coming the other way, but otherwise we saw no one. After this it’s just a long series of monotonous zigzags up scree slopes all the way to the summit. https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fortwilliam/carnmordeargarete.shtml. zoom: 9, There were a few people about, but we appeared to be the only ones heading up the mountain. Ben Nevis stands at the western end of the Grampian Mountains in the Lochaber area of the Scottish Highlands, close to the town of Fort William. This was Edita’s choice, not mine, and I struggled to keep up with her. With no established path up Carn Mor Dearg, there are two possible routes from this point. async: true, Or something like that (I may not have recalled the names precisely). Carn Mor Dearg and Ben Nevis are linked via the narrow and curved Carn Mor Dearg arete. map.gestureHandling.disable(); From here the only way was directly up the steepest part of the hill. Where on earth are Tenzing Peak and Hillary Peak anyway? 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Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace. These cookies do not store any personal information. The highest mountain in the UK deserves everyone to have a go at ascending it at least once and for the hillwalker, this is one of the better routes. Ojos del Salado at last: climbing the world’s highest volcano, A short scramble up Rumiñahui, the stone-faced Inca warrior, Beautiful places are more crowded, but the world is getting better, not worse, A doctor’s advice on surviving the death zone, Introduction to the Apennines – Part 4: Sirente-Velino. Carn Mor Dearg is connected to Ben Nevis by a knife edge ridge to rival Crib Goch on Snowdon or Striding Edge on Helvellyn. 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It came as no surprise to discover that we were the only people to turn left here and circle round the mountain. Beyond this sharp summit the CMD (Carn Mor Dearg) Arete begins, and so does the real fun. They might as well put a red carpet from the gateway at the bottom of the trail to its front door. Estimates vary, but some say the summit of Ben Nevis only receives about sixty days of sunshine every year, and is more often shrouded in mist. We found ourselves standing at the bar at 1.30. theme: 'lightblue-theme', Which is harder, the Second Seven Summits or the first one? Is mountaineering in Nepal becoming too expensive? A more immediate issue was how to find a route up Carn Mor Dearg. Is disaster reporting becoming too violent? 9 Leave the Mountain Track at Lochan Meall an t-Suide (though you can also continue to Fort William from this point and get a taxi back to the start) and follow the track into Coire Leis. } What's next? Outside it was a good day, but there was a halo of clouds over the summit of Ben Nevis that we hoped would burn off with the sun. detached: true, We’d like to add duration onto the routes – but it can be a bit of a headache unless you know how fast people walk. Can you give an indication of timings? Perched above Fort William on Scotland’s west coast at a height of 1,345m Ben Nevis is the tallest mountain in the United Kingdom, and thus the tallest of … As Loch Lochy appeared in the Great Glen below us – the place where we had cycled a week earlier – a mountain hare appeared on the trail beneath Edita’s feet. 5 The CMD arête proper starts now. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. Is it OK for mountaineers to miss a puja? Perhaps had we listened to Walkhighlands we would have found a clear trail, or perhaps their route was no better. map.gestureHandling.enable(); This site is part of the Mud and Routes family, we run the following websites. Right at the bottom is the Ben Nevis Inn. The Ascent of Rum Doodle vs. } else { Sgurr Alasdair to Sgurr Mhic Choinnich: the secret of Collie’s Ledge. Toubkal and Ouanoukrim: a High Atlas winter wonderland, Bill Tilman: Nepal's very first trekking tourist. There is one very good thing about the standard route up Ben Nevis. Of course you’re more likely to want to climb the highest than the second highest. Quilotoa: the easiest way in Ecuador to look into a volcanic crater? Undiscovered Ecuador: Cotacachi and the Guinea Pig Lake. This means that hardly anyone ever goes there. It was a steeper climb, but it had the benefit of taking us under the great north face of Ben Nevis, scene of some of Scotland’s most famous rock and ice climbing routes. so in that time frame, the time from the car park to the summit of Carn Mor Dearg, time from there to cross the arete to the stone cairn, the scramble up to the summit of Ben Nevis, and then the walk down to Lochan Meall an t-Suide, and from there back to the car park via the wet yomp across the glen? Ben Nevis CMD Arete from the North Face Car Park The Carn Mor Dearg Arete is one of the classic UK scrambles, and without doubt the only option for the experienced hill walker looking to climb the UK’s highest mountain – Ben Nevis. Sometimes we were on wet, grassy banks, sometimes an eroded path; other times we found ourselves boulder hopping. It was already busy, but the clouds had risen and we found ourselves there on one of the rare days when the summit is clear. If you’ve completed the CMD Arete, you should have no trouble following this motorway of a track. It was quick to depart before I had time to reach for my camera. My late wife and I moved to the Highlands (Drimsallie, 13 miles from Fort William on the A830 road to Mallaig) in 2004 and out again to Somerset in 2009, I didn’t spend anywhere near enough time on the mountains, and so it will be great to return. But mostly, the ridge itself absorbed our attention. }); How does climbing Everest compare with winning a Nobel prize? Is the mountaineer Phil Crampton Richard III's distant relative? Challenging - For experienced walkers only. One of the classic mountain walks in the UK – a must do for any keen hill walker. I like very much reading your blog posts. }. It’s a line that I expect he uses quite a lot. 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Ben Nevis is the tallest mountain in both Scotland and the British Isles. 6 At the bealach there’s an abseil point for those that can use it, as an emergency descent to the CIC hut. We were now so close to the bottom that I didn’t really know what to say. What do Prince Philip, an Everest summiteer and a Nepali rock star have in common? The Eighth Summit: the highest mountain in Central America, Frank Smythe is more interesting than George Mallory, How not to do a mountaineering presentation, Everest's most extraordinary false summit claim, George Mallory was murdered ... by Jeffrey Archer, The Epic of Everest - Captain John Noel's film of the 1924 expedition, The first winter ascent of Broad Peak - a tribute, Book review: Everest The First Ascent by Harriet Tuckey. From the abseil point, the CMD continues for a short distance as you begin to ascend Ben Nevis with a few final sections of scrambling before the ridge gives way to boulder mountainside. 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The north face was intricate, with a limitless profusion of ridges and gullies, all of which made new and interesting ascent routes to explore. It is so well know by British mountaineers that it is often abbreviated to just the 'CMD Arête ' or sometimes simply ' The Ridge '. It’s virtually impossible to walk past without going in. Last year, an estimated 160,000 people climbed it. My new diary The Everest Politics Show is out tomorrow! Head to the Ben Nevis Distillery, one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries established in 1825. What's the world's best mountain for cheating? Why are mountaineering book covers so terribly dull? Had I been more of a climber, I would have been able to point them out to Edita and explain how the features came by their marvellous names. I had been expecting to see many climbers here, but we were alone, and nor could we see anyone on the face. A ceiling of cloud still masked Ben Nevis’s summit, but we remained hopeful it would clear. gestureHandling: true, Ben Nevis via the CMD Arete: A stunning winters day and a traverse of Carn Mor Dearg and Ben Nevis via the Carn Mor Dearg Arete (CMD arete). We kept high above the Allt a Mhuilinn burn, which flows down from Coire Leis. River Crossing, Some pathless sections and Scrambling. Anyway, eventually the gradient lessened and we found that we had reached the ridge precisely at the summit of Carn Mor Dearg. Remembering the avalanche: a tribute to all Sherpas, 5 steps to taking better mountain photographs, Tilman's Everest south side reconnaissance, Farewell Samuli Mansikka, the fearless Finn. That looks like a better option than starting from Glen Nevis, where you would either have to descend quite a long way from the lochan in order to find that path, or ascend a fair bit of rough hillside on the flanks of Carn Beag Dearg before you join it (which is the route in Ralph Storer’s book). This was especially true of the 2018 edition which was also the ULTRA Skyrunning World Championships. An ascent of Imbabura, the dragon-back of Otavalo, Wanda Rutkiewicz: the mountaineer’s Google Doodle, Fuya Fuya, the most exciting mountain in Ecuador. To the west was a white, stony plateau with hordes of people coming up, and beyond this was the dark blue of Loch Linnhe and the mountains beyond. 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Just wondering about your claim that there is no path to CMD – when you start at the North Face Car Park in Torlundy there is actually a good path to climb CMD. var open_data = L.tileLayer(serviceUrl + '/Outdoor_27700/{z}/{x}/{y}.png?key=' + apiKey, { We suggest the longer and safer option! Despite having climbed Everest myself on the day that previously held the record for the most number of successful ascents (19 May 2012, when 234 of us reached the top, in case you’re wondering), I didn’t comment on the photograph. Walkhighlands recommended keeping to the left to reach the ridge close to the top of Carn Dearg Meadhonach, the summit just before Carn Mor Dearg. 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Well timed for Vicci and Rachel who are up on a week long walking holiday in the Scottish Highlands. Would you sacrifice a digit for a summit? That must be this route described on the Walkhighlands site: This website uses cookies to improve your experience. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. Click here to read more about the cookies. Can you really see Mount Everest from Kathmandu? CMD Arete – bealach – this is the tough one! ‘Keep going. On my one previous ascent of Ben Nevis I went this way and didn’t see a single other hiker till I reached the summit of Ben Nevis, where suddenly I was among the crowds. Car park – Summit 3-4 hours (though a fit walker could do this in just over 3 hours according to Naismith’s Rule) Is the Annapurna Circuit still a Must-See? Skill level. It’s a grade 1 scramble, and a straightforward one at that. Why would anyone spend Christmas in Patagonia? Although the ridge was exposed in places, the exposure wasn’t sustained, and for most of its length there were plenty of places to stop, rest and even dance the tango if you were so minded. Also known as the CMD, this is one of the best days out in the UK mountains. The Cuillin Traverse - to do or not to do? controlElevation.load('https://www.walkupbennevis.co.uk/wp-content/blogs.dir/11/files/gpx/CMD-North-Face-1.gpx'); Many famous faces have travelled to Scotland to take on the challenge of the Salomon Ben Nevis Ultra™. Did CMD Arete in 2014 (available as panorama on http://mpano.com/2014K5). One of the problems with Everest is that it’s the highest in the world, and the highest of anything always gets a disproportionate amount of the attention. From there on, follow the mountain track down as far as Lochan Meall an t-Suide. 10 The path from the CMC eventually re-joins the point at which you left it this morning (which feels so distant now) and you can follow this route back to the start. If you keep reading then we assume you're OK with this. This absence of a clear trail might help to explain why the CMD Arête is so quiet, but it doesn’t explain why none of the custodians of Ben Nevis have ever built a better path. My second audiobook – Feet and Wheels to Chimborazo, narrated by Philip Battley. Ben Nevis by the Carn Mor Dearg Arete Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation For experienced, fit mountain walkers who do not mind easy scrambling but are not climbers, this is the finest way to climb Ben Nevis. Free Solo: my review of an Oscar-nominated climbing movie, Salt before breakfast: an ascent of Ojos del Salado, Cerro Vicuñas, the world’s easiest 6,000m peak? 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Ben Nevis via Carn Mor Dearg Arete is a 11.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Fort William, Highland, Scotland that features a lake and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. It’s a signposted route initially, visit the Forestry Commission Scotland site for more information – and crosses the route of the old narrow gauge line – the Puggy Line – before pulling up to the stile at NN147 751. What does Mount Everest look like from space? Somebody once crawled up Snowdon pushing a sprout with his nose. It was Andy Hogarth, who guided us on Skye’s Cuillin Ridge last year. Timings are approximate and depend on the individual. 4 From Carn Dearg Meadhonach, with the bulk of today’s ascent ahead of you, you can look forward to enjoying one of the best ridge traverses in the country. The mountaineer's most frequently asked question. Taking in a second peak, Carn Mor Dearg, and spectacular views of the North Face of Ben Nevis, CMD Arete is perfect for those looking for a more challenging day on Ben Nevis. downloadLink: false, reverseCoords: false, But in a single swift movement I was back on my feet and continuing, like Usain Bolt coming out of the blocks (at least, that’s how I imagined it looked, but the many witnesses may have remembered it differently). ‘You look thirsty,’ said the barman, eyeing our backpacks and trekking poles. Should you get a refund if your Everest expedition ends early? Murray and Hamish MacInnes, so I was keen to take a closer look. The same is true of Ben Nevis. As we approached the heart of the corrie, the CIC Hut was camouflaged against the rock and dwarfed by the cliffs above it. elevationDiv: '#os-datahub-elev-0', We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website. We slowly made our way past them as the trail turned left around the corner into the gully formed by the waters of the Red Burn. The very top was in cloud and the summit cairn was frosted, but beneath us we could see the arête. 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} .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="33a2aef42d823f8eae97b7cc27755424"] p { font-size: 16px; }  [data-toolset-blocks-image="3c771030f55ccf49ed8f58254c1d3be8"] { max-width: 100%;transform: rotate(0deg); } [data-toolset-blocks-image="3c771030f55ccf49ed8f58254c1d3be8"] img { border-radius: 98px; } [data-toolset-blocks-image="3c771030f55ccf49ed8f58254c1d3be8"]:hover { z-index: 9;transform: rotate(0deg); } [data-toolset-blocks-image="3c771030f55ccf49ed8f58254c1d3be8"]:hover img { transform: scale(1.06); }  .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="5b2f0efa1ef60c0fbc17ef58c2df2e0a"] { padding: 2px 10px 5px 10px; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="5b2f0efa1ef60c0fbc17ef58c2df2e0a"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 100%; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="43e00f2f1a9b1e3b2dbd88038f995456"] { padding: 5px 25px 5px 25px; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="43e00f2f1a9b1e3b2dbd88038f995456"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 85%; } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 0.3633fr) minmax(0, 0.3583fr) minmax(0, 0.2783fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(3n + 1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(3n + 2) { grid-column: 2 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(3n + 3) { grid-column: 3 } .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="3034fbe886c11054e95b46b09d3e4112"] { display: flex; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="2ffb094a6f30ebb031c97691944f9442"] { padding: 5px 25px 0 25px; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="2ffb094a6f30ebb031c97691944f9442"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 85%; }  .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="64c720c5fb899457811e819d1abd417e"] { padding: 10px 25px 5px 25px; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="64c720c5fb899457811e819d1abd417e"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 85%; } [data-toolset-blocks-social-share="0a29c162f9026c6c4568a6ec46dd0e84"] .SocialMediaShareButton { width: 32px;height: 32px; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="7e30f1862edc2b57c068600cb50ed80b"] { background: url('https://i1.wp.com/www.walkupbennevis.co.uk/files/2011/10/CMD_Arete_HD_-1-of-1.jpg?fit=1920%2C1440&ssl=1') center center no-repeat;background-size:cover;padding: -25px 0 25px 0;min-height: 750px;display:ms-flexbox;display:flex;-ms-flex-direction:column;flex-direction:column;-ms-flex-pack:center;justify-content:center; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="7e30f1862edc2b57c068600cb50ed80b"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 100%; } .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="120819a6fd98705239f21007a8fc028a"] { font-weight: bold;color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 );text-shadow: 4px 4px 22px rgba( 243, 236, 236, 0.93 );padding-top: 10px;padding-bottom: 10px; } .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="120819a6fd98705239f21007a8fc028a"] p { font-weight: bold;text-shadow: 4px 4px 22px rgba( 243, 236, 236, 0.93 );color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 ); } .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="706051cebc709d456859d94f1d75dc19"] { color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 );text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px rgba( 20, 19, 19, 0.98 ); } .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="706051cebc709d456859d94f1d75dc19"] p { text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px rgba( 20, 19, 19, 0.98 );color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 ); } .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="dace22fda15bf7f72d6c8db56bfccc14"] { font-size: 20px;font-weight: normal;color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 );text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px rgba( 0, 0, 0, 1 );border-radius: 63px; } .tb-fields-and-text[data-toolset-blocks-fields-and-text="dace22fda15bf7f72d6c8db56bfccc14"] p { font-size: 20px;font-weight: normal;text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px rgba( 0, 0, 0, 1 );color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 ); } h1.tb-heading[data-toolset-blocks-heading="4d4dff03ed7cbe4f4452af5d5734a2a5"]  { font-size: 70px;font-family: Lato;font-weight: 300;text-decoration: none;text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px rgba( 0, 0, 0, 0.5 );color: rgba( 255, 255, 255, 1 );text-align: center;padding: 50px;margin-top: 100px;margin-bottom: 50px; }  h1.tb-heading[data-toolset-blocks-heading="4d4dff03ed7cbe4f4452af5d5734a2a5"] a  { font-family: Lato;font-size: 64px;font-weight: regular; } @media only screen and (max-width: 781px) { .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="9a0d7655b8e841e84b888684edcb26b7"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 0.2fr) minmax(0, 0.8fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="9a0d7655b8e841e84b888684edcb26b7"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(2n + 1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="9a0d7655b8e841e84b888684edcb26b7"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(2n + 2) { grid-column: 2 }  .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="3ea76a3652e4b2fd7f6d13b1f9fef82d"] { display: flex; } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="335e05b9edbd45e4403ba1cbf2d490eb"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 0.58fr) minmax(0, 0.42fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="335e05b9edbd45e4403ba1cbf2d490eb"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(2n + 1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="335e05b9edbd45e4403ba1cbf2d490eb"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(2n + 2) { grid-column: 2 } .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="ea2d3ac875fe590a95c0ed0dc58d8998"] { display: flex; } .wpv-view-output[data-toolset-views-view-editor="b2349d30b0f869da6b4d658e92713f80"]  > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(1n+1) { grid-column: 1 } .wpv-view-output[data-toolset-views-view-editor="b2349d30b0f869da6b4d658e92713f80"] .js-wpv-loop-wrapper > .tb-grid { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 1fr);grid-auto-flow: row }   .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="c99ebfccb9a7c9f70698b33f410c5018"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 1fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="c99ebfccb9a7c9f70698b33f410c5018"]  > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(1n+1) { grid-column: 1 }   .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="5b2f0efa1ef60c0fbc17ef58c2df2e0a"] { padding: 2px; } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 0.3333fr) minmax(0, 0.3333fr) minmax(0, 0.3333fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(3n + 1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(3n + 2) { grid-column: 2 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(3n + 3) { grid-column: 3 } .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="3034fbe886c11054e95b46b09d3e4112"] { display: flex; }  h1.tb-heading[data-toolset-blocks-heading="4d4dff03ed7cbe4f4452af5d5734a2a5"]  { font-size: 42px;padding: 25px 50px 25px 50px;margin-top: 0; }   } @media only screen and (max-width: 599px) { .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="9a0d7655b8e841e84b888684edcb26b7"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 0.2fr) minmax(0, 0.8fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="9a0d7655b8e841e84b888684edcb26b7"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(2n + 1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="9a0d7655b8e841e84b888684edcb26b7"] > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(2n + 2) { grid-column: 2 }  .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="3ea76a3652e4b2fd7f6d13b1f9fef82d"] { display: flex; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="eec9516600dc3832f765407fd9431c09"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 100%; } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="335e05b9edbd45e4403ba1cbf2d490eb"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 1fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="335e05b9edbd45e4403ba1cbf2d490eb"]  > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(1n+1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="ea2d3ac875fe590a95c0ed0dc58d8998"] { display: none; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="da539ae0323235c17088129eeb322f4c"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 100%; } .wpv-view-output[data-toolset-views-view-editor="b2349d30b0f869da6b4d658e92713f80"]  > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(1n+1) { grid-column: 1 } .wpv-view-output[data-toolset-views-view-editor="b2349d30b0f869da6b4d658e92713f80"] .js-wpv-loop-wrapper > .tb-grid { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 1fr);grid-auto-flow: row }   .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="c99ebfccb9a7c9f70698b33f410c5018"] { padding-top: 10px;padding-bottom: 10px;grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 1fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="c99ebfccb9a7c9f70698b33f410c5018"]  > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(1n+1) { grid-column: 1 }   .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="5b2f0efa1ef60c0fbc17ef58c2df2e0a"] { padding: 1px; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="43e00f2f1a9b1e3b2dbd88038f995456"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 95%; } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"] { grid-template-columns: minmax(0, 1fr);grid-auto-flow: row } .tb-grid[data-toolset-blocks-grid="397d06c7dd0b93cfa5c9fc813482a9af"]  > .tb-grid-column:nth-of-type(1n+1) { grid-column: 1 } .tb-grid-column[data-toolset-blocks-grid-column="3034fbe886c11054e95b46b09d3e4112"] { display: flex; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="2ffb094a6f30ebb031c97691944f9442"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 95%; }  .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="64c720c5fb899457811e819d1abd417e"] > .tb-container-inner { max-width: 95%; } .tb-container[data-toolset-blocks-container="7e30f1862edc2b57c068600cb50ed80b"] { padding-top: 25px;min-height: 500px; } h1.tb-heading[data-toolset-blocks-heading="4d4dff03ed7cbe4f4452af5d5734a2a5"]  { font-size: 42px;padding: 20px 50px 25px 50px; }   } .

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