Age 8 & over
Standing at 1,085m high, Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) is the highest mountain in Wales and the crown jewel of the magnificent Snowdonia National Park.
A hugely popular hiking destination, this hike offers well-defined paths, superb views and a superb feeling of exhilaration upon reaching the summit.
Professional guides will be with you every step of the way, from offering advice on preparation before the big day, to celebrating reaching the summit together. It's a superb option for individuals, couples, families and teams.
This is a rare opportunity for a family to join an organised Snowdon challenge, as the minimum age is just 8 years.
Participants must be fit and able to complete the walk.
This challenge offers an ideal opportunity to improve your fitness and start shaping up, from today! Start by spending more time on your feet then gradually building up the mileage.
The ideal terrain for hill-walking training is in the hills, however if you don't have access to hills locally you can also build up strength in the key muscles by stair climbing at home, in the office, or on the stepper in the gym.
Practice with a medium sized backpack whilst wearing hiking boots too.
Professional guides will help participants on the climb, ensuring everyone is safe. The guides cater for all abilities so no one will be left alone on the climb. Solo walkers can look forward to a friendly welcome.
Padarn Country Park Car Park
Llanberis lies at the foot of Snowdon, on the shore of Llyn Padarn in the northeast of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
There are lots of nearby towns that offer accommodation in the Snowdonia area, including Llanberis, Caernarfon and Beddgelert.
Llanberis is well connected by road, with the A4086 linking to the A5 from the east, and providing a connection to Caernarfon in the west. Llanberis is on the A4086 Caernarfon to Betwys-y-Coed Road. The B4547 branches off just west of town for Bangor, Conwy and the A55.
There are large car parks all along the A4086 road inside Llanberis, with the price rising steadily as you get closer to the Snowdon Mountain Railway. The closest car park costs £6 per day (and no discount for shorter stay), 100m up the road it is £4 per day and further west beyond the Electric Mountain Visitor Center it is £2 per day.
If you’re looking to get a train to Llanberis, the closest station is Bangor. It is then around a £20 taxi journey.
Starting in the town of Llanberis, on the banks of Llyn Padarn, the trail is mostly at an easy gradient, allowing you to take your time and enjoy views of the surrounding hills as you make your way up towards the summit.
As you reach the top, you can look back over the North Wales coastline and the Isle of Anglesey, and perhaps enjoy a cup of tea at the summit cafe!
The path is well-made and maintained, so is ideal for a first ascent. The walk will be led by experienced, fully-qualified mountain guides to provide a safe, enjoyable and unforgettable experience.
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All under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.
At least one adult per 3 children.
Junior entry fee applies to ages 8-17.
Junior entry fee