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Snowdonia National Park in North Wales is synonymous with beautiful, rugged landscapes and wonderful trekking and outdoor pursuits. Towering above it all at 1085m, Snowdon's is the highest mountain in Wales; its Welsh name is Yr Wyddfa, reputedly the burial place of a mythical giant.
Conquering the peak is an achievement in itself, but to make it to the top by moonlight is an unforgettable achievement, rewarded by the chance to watch the sunrise from the summit.
As we descend, we will be able to see the spectacular landscapes open up before us as the day grows lighter, before celebrating our huge achievement with a slap-up breakfast!
Day 1: Arrive Llanberis (Ascent approx 5-7 hours)
In the evening we meet in the village Llanberis, and get ready for our night-time hike. We follow the Llanberis Path, enjoying the silence and the remoteness of this mountain, and the views of the night sky on route to the summit.
Day 2: Descend and depart (Descent approx 2-3 hours)
After some time to experience the summit, we descend as the sun rises and reward ourselves with a celebratory breakfast!