Before we continue, we need a little Scottish-to-English translation: "ben" means "mountain"; "glen" means "valley"; "loch" means "lake".
Glen Nevis & Ben Nevis
Ben Nevis, north of Fort William in Scotland, is the highest mountain in the United Kingdom, standing 1346 metres above sea level. It is a popular location for bush walkers, hikers, mountain climbers, etc. Ben Nevis is one of the mountains surrounding Glen Nevis.
Ben/Glen Nevis featured as the background to the Hogwarts Quidditch Stadium in four of the Potter films - The Philosopher's Stone, The Chamber of Secrets, The Goblet of Fire, and The Half-Blood Prince.
|to avoid confusion - these are what Aussies call "thongs"|
The Steall Falls have appeared behind the Hogwarts Quidditch stadium in two films. For the first task of the Triwizard Tournament in The Goblet of Fire, the stadium is located on a ridge of Glen Nevis, with Steall Falls visible in the background. The falls can also be seen behind Ron during his trial for Gryffindor Keeper in The Half-Blood Prince.
I mentioned Loch Shiel briefly in the J post, and it will come up again in the S post. Loch Shiel appears behind the stadium in The Chamber of Secrets - one of those times when the stadium moved mid-match.
Beachy Head was the location of the Quidditch World Cup, but I went into all of that back in the B post, which you can find here if you want to catch up.
I'm cross stitching two alphabets for the A-Z challenge as well - you can see my progress on my other blog - Q is for Abadian (Supernatural) and Quilava (Pokemon)