Take on 10 of Wales’ highest peaks in the magnificent Snowdonia National Park. You’ll be pushed to your limits on this fantastic weekend adventure.
Each one of the 10 peaks is over 3000ft, and grouped into three distinct ranges of hills; the Snowdon Massif, the Glyders, and The Carneddau.
We shall set off early on Challenge Day 1 on our climb heading for Snowdon and Garnedd Ugain, before dropping down to Pen Y Pass. Then we shall climb back up the far side of the valley and up on to Glyder Fawr, and the short walk across to Glyder Fach. We then have a short track back to Glyder Fawr before continuing on to the peak of Y Garn, and the final descent back into Nant Peris. We shall then return to our base to take a hearty meal after a full day's trekking. On Challenge Day 2 our route begins with a stiff climb and short scramble on to the Carneddau before some stunning ridge walking above the Ysgolion Duon (Black Ladders) and over the twin peaks of the Carneddau - Llewellyn and Dafydd the princes of medieval Wales. The last descent involves a short scramble section before returning to the valley bottom and either back home or, if you have selected to stay an extra night, to your accommodation.
Expected arrival at bunkhouse in Snowdonia – by 20:00 latest
Breakfast - 06:30
Prepare lunches & pack gear - kit check
Depart bunkhouse on foot - 07:30
Start walking - 08:00
Our walk is planned to take approx. 11 hours for the full day. And will be strenuous, so make sure you pack plenty of food!
Return to bunkhouse - approx 20:00
Evening meal and overnight
Prepare lunches & pack gear
Breakfast - 07:00
Depart bunkhouse – 08:00—early start! Transfer to Ogwen Cottage—for start of Carnedds route
Trek lasts approximately 9 hrs, and will see us ending near the historic Inn at Capel Curig
Finish walking by latest 18:00
This is a closed (or bespoke) challenge which means to take part you must raise funds for the charity above - you cannot choose your own charity. The payment options are explained below.
Minimum sponsorship option
This option requires you to pay the above registration fee at the time of booking and pledge to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship for the above charity. The charity will then cover the full cost of the challenge out of the sponsorship you raise - full details are included in the challenge information pack.
Self funder option
This option is not available for this challenge.
Full details of all funding options are included in the challenge information pack we'll send you - just complete the request form.
This is a closed (or bespoke) challenge which means to take part you must raise funds for this charity - you cannot choose your own charity.
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