Wales Highest Mountain (3560ft) Minibus Transport & Guide Included.

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Difficulty 

Moderate

Snowdon. Wales’ highest mountain dominates the skyline of North West Wales. Perhaps something is calling you to conquer this 1,085 metre (3,560 feet) peak. Maybe it’s on your bucket list, or you’re doing it for charity. Or you just fancy seeing the views from the top. Whatever the reason you will not be disappointed!

Snowdonia is a wild landscape, with sharp, souring and beautiful peaks rising up high above the valleys. Picturesque and slate scarred villages scatter the region and are excellent bases for exploring or just relaxing and enjoying the views.

Once at the start of the hike, you will be led by trained mountain leaders. We welcome anyone to join us! We have guided all abilities and believe there is no better achievement than stepping out of your comfort zone! We take the high Pyg track up to the summit and the low lakeside Miners track down. (This may change due to weather on the day).

Height: 1085m (3560ft)

Distance - 13km

Time Hiking - 8 hours

Description

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On the day

8.00am - Pick-up - One of our beautiful minibuses (Pictured below) will be parked waiting outside the National Express coach station on Chorlton Street, Manchester. Roughly 5 min walk from Piccadilly.

9.00am - Service stop for refreshments for 20 minutes.

11:00am - We will arrive at Pen-Y-Pass car park, a little introduction from our mountain leaders about the day and then begin our walk. (Toilet facilities are available in the car park).

6pm - Arrive back down from walk latest with lots of smiles! Depart from car park.

7:00pm - Service stop for refreshments for 20 minutes.

9:00pm - Drop off - Arrive back at Chorlton Street, Manchester for departure. With some great memories!

*Times may change due to traffic and other circumstances.

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Most people join us as solo travellers but groups are welcome. We've created some handy links below to help navigate you through our website:

Kit List - What do I need to bring?

FAQs - I have a million more questions? If you don't find your answer just contact us.

Difficulty chart - Am I fit enough to take part?

Meet the guides - Who are you?

Testimonials - Why book with BEE Adventures?

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