Police have made a fresh appeal in their search for a missing mountain climber who disappeared in the Scottish Highlands almost a year ago.
Harvey Christian travelled from Cambridgeshire to climb Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain, but he failed to return home from his trip near Fort William.
The 42-year-old’s black Vauxhall Crossland X was later discovered parked in a layby in Glen Nevis.
It is understood Mr Christian planned to climb Ben Nevis on Friday 27 January 2023.
A multi-agency search operation was launched in the surrounding area – involving Lochaber Mountain Rescue, Police Scotland Mountain Rescue, police dogs, and the Coastguard helicopter – but Mr Christian is yet to be found.
Inspector Katy Duncan said: “Despite extensive searches being carried out, Harvey has now been missing for a year and it remains vital that we find him and provide much needed answers for his family and friends.”
Mr Christian is described as around 6ft 2in tall, with a heavy build and fair hair.
It is not known what he was wearing at the time of his disappearance, but investigating officers believe it most likely would have been waterproofs and walking boots.
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Inspector Duncan added: “His most likely route to Ben Nevis would have been from the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre and I would continue to ask anyone who thinks they may have seen Harvey out walking around this time last year to come forward.
“I would also urge anyone out walking or climbing in the area who may have noticed something that could suggest Harvey has been there, to please pass this information to police.”