Posted: 10/09/21 by Transitions UK
Here’s your chance to tick Snowdon—the highest mountain in Wales and the highest point in the British Isles outside the Scottish Highlands—off on your bucket list!
As we walk Snowdon, we will travail the Llanberis Path route which is the gentlest incline up to the summit. We’ll pass the impressive cliffs of Clogwyn Du’r Ardu - The “Dark, Black Cliff” and walk aloft the skyline ridge that dominates the Llanberis Path, and an area steeped in mountaineering history.
A nine (9) mile round trip, the walk up will take approximately four (4) hours—with an ascent of 970m—and the descent will take approximately three (3) hours. The difficulty level has be rated as Fair/Moderate.
The journey will begin on Friday the 15th of October at 8:55AM and we will hike through Saturday ending approximately at 6:30PM, all at Snowdonia National Park, Caernarfon, Wales, LL55 4UL United Kingdom.
Your £50 Booking Fee + £15 Registration Fee will afford you access to the mountain and guides. Travel and equipment not included in fees.
Your participation will help raise funds for Transitions UK as we support vulnerable young people as they navigate critical transitional stages in their lives.
For more information, please visit www.transitionsuk.org/events/snowdon-charity-walk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We can’t wait to see you on the mountain!