4-day mountain adventure, exploring the rugged Snowdonia National Park.
Book confidently, knowing that if your trip is cancelled, you’ll be offered a full refund.
You can also opt for a free date change at any point up to 24 hours before your trip, if Government restrictions prevent you from travelling*.
Meet your guide at the accommodation anytime from 5pm. Here that you can spend some time getting to know your fellow adventurers, over a delicious home cooked dinner.
Your guide will talk through the day over breakfast, pick up your packed lunch, then it's time to get into the mountains. England and Wales' highest peak is today's objective. There are various route options to the summit and the final decision on route will be taken by your guide on the day based on the weather and the group's ability.
Feeling accomplished and happily tired, relax back at the accommodation looking forward to a beautiful stonebaked pizza from the Snowdon Inn.
Today's challenge is scrambling up around in the rugged mountain range in the Glyderai - don't worry though, as your guide will pick a route that suits your ability and develops your skills. In the evening enjoy dinner around the fire at the accommodation.
Final day and your personal challenge. Consolidate your skills, learn some navigation, plan your own route or just enjoy another day with your team mates. You'll head for the mountains hearing the stories of the Tylwyth Teg (Welsh Fairies) and history of the area.
Finish the day at a cafe for tea, cake and medals before heading home - armed with photos and stories of your adventure.
Meet your guide at the accommodation anytime after 5 pm.
Back at the accommodation by 6 pm on the final day.
This trip is aimed at beginners with a good level of fitness. You'll be hiking up to 8 hours a day.
Absolutely! We often get lots of solo travellers on the trip.
Mountain weather is often very unpredictable, and it is important that you prepare for any eventuality. While it can be a weekend of blue skies the rugged Welsh mountains could throw rain and strong winds at us on the summits with temperatures ranging from 5 to 25 degrees celcius! It is important that you read the kit list carefully, and pack everything listed.
Good 3 season walking boots (we recommend a relatively stiff sole for scrambling on Tryfan)
Rucksack and liner (we recommend around 30L)
Base layer top (non cotton)
Polyester, fleece or wool trousers
Waterproof jacket and trousers
Warm hat and gloves
Thick wool socks
Walking poles (optional)
Water bottles (at least 2L)
Clothes for the evening
Personal first aid e.g. inhaler
The minimum age is 18, or 14 if accompanied by an adult
The maximum group size is 12
The team will have sole use of a Bryn Eryr, a great bunkhouse just outside Llanrug (about 15minutes away from Snowdon). Normally it would comfortably sleep 42 people(!), this summer is will be great for our small team and allow plenty of space for everyone to feel comfortable and have the option of their own room.
The bunkhouse has shared same sex showers and toilets. There is off road parking, WiFi, comfy mattresses, a beautiful pond and a fire pit in the garden for the sociable evenings and most importantly warm showers.
*Some of the logistics around the accommodations may change due to COVID-19 restrictions. Your guide will act responsibly and advise you closer to the time about any measures that need to be in place, to ensure your safety.