Challenge yourself to conquer the highest peak in England and Wales. Snowdon stands at an imposing and magnificent 1085 metres. The best way to beat the mountain is with a guide by your side, showing you all the breathtaking natural beauty spots on the way up, before you marvel at the majestic views from the peak. And you wont even need to pick up a map, so you can concentrate on the beautiful surroundings.
You will meet the professionally trained guides at the centre of Llanberris where you will take a short ride on the Snowdon Sherpa bus to the top of the Pen-y-pass The Pen-y-pass will be your start point for the adventure. From here your experienced guides will walk with you along the Miners path, this is initially a nice gentle route passing some pretty lakes and old mine workings before a steep ascent to the summit. The summit is normally very busy but you will have a chance to spend time here and have a photo taken at the top. As well as some of the most amazing views Wales has to offer, the top of Snowdon has a lovely cafe. If it is open you will also have the chance to grab a drink or use the toilets. Please note the cafe is not always open as this depends on the weather and if the trains are running. You will descend via the Llanberris path - this path shadows the railway line and returns you to Llanberris and your waiting car. At this point you may wish to visit a local watering hole to enjoy a well deserved drink! Please note this walk is approximately 11 miles.
This experience is available in Gwynedd
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. This package is for one person. Minimum age for the experience is 10; all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Allow a full day for the experience, usually 9.30am-6pm. Customers are expected to provide their own packed lunch. The experience normally runs on Saturdays and Sundays but other days of the week can be scheduled subject to demand. You will need to bring 1 for the bus to Pen-y-pass. To make the most of this experience you must maintain a reasonable level of fitness. Some parts of the walk on the ascent may require scrambling. Dress appropriately, warm clothes, sturdy boots and a hat and gloves are recommended, a full kit list will be supplied on booking. All dates are subject to availability.