16th-17th May 2020

The Snowdon Climb begins at Pen Y Pass and participants have the option of taking the Pyg or the Miners Track up to the summit of the tallest mountain in England and Wales. Both routes provide you with incredible views of the surrounding lakes and hills as you ascend to your glory of reaching the summit. The descent takes you alongside the the Snowdon Railway steam train, leading you back into lovely Llanberis to the finish line.

Each participant is required to pay an entry fee of £35 and we ask that you set yourself a minimum target of £250 to support prostate cancer research.

Whats included?

Every participant receives a t-shirt, snacks, water, route maps along with the support of designated safety marshals. Transport is provided to the start of each challenge. On top of that, you receive training and fundraising support from our events team.

The Route 

We are currently testing routes at the moment in order to provide the best experience possible and we will communicate the final option in the next month.

To give you a good idea of what to expect for the Snowdon Climb route, see below.

Distance: 12km

Average walking time: 5 hours

Total Ascent: 800m

Enjoy the buffet dinner!

On the Saturday evening, in the Royal Victoria Hotel, we hold a buffet dinner for participants where everyone gets together with other participants as well as charity staff to refuel and relax.

£15 per ticket
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