Lace up your walking boots, switch on your head torch and take on a night time adventure with Team Christie as we explore the highest mountain in England and Wales!
Trekking Mount Snowdon during the day presents a great challenge, but using torches to light our way and having the moon as our backdrop, summiting at night brings a different level of achievement.
Watch the sunrise across the stunning Snowdonia National Park will be a memory never forgotten! On the descent, breathtaking mountain range views open up to give glorious panoramas and afterwards celebrate with a delicious breakfast!
You will need to have a reasonable level of fitness by the challenge date, but you don'tneed to be 'super-fit'! The more training you do then more you will enjoy the experience. The route is very gradual however you will be hiking uphill in the dark for hours at a time followed by a period of downhill which can be tough on the knees.
If you love a challenge, are thirsty for adventure and want to support the fight against cancer then come and join Team Christie. By signing up to this challenge you'll have an amazing experience and will have done something truly amazing to help patients and their families.
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The Christie Hospital are experts in cancer care and research, based in the North West. The Christie charity provides services, facilities and equipment over and above what can be provided from NHS funding for the benefit of patients, together with world-reaching research into treatments helping to improve cancer survival rates for all.
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