Find your adventure Individual Adventures UK adventures Crib Goch private event – date TBC -474 days -18 hours -34 mins -32 secs Take on one of the UK's most famous scrambles with an experienced leader. This is by far the most exhilarating route to the summit of Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales. Crib Goch, the ‘red ridge’, is known as one of the finest ridge walks in the UK and is one of Britain’s most popular scrambles, and for good reason. As a grade one scramble it is a great route for experienced walkers who may be looking to test themselves. A mile-long narrow ridge stretching out from the north-east flank of Snowdon, this knife-edged rocky traverse offers exciting exposure and stunning views over the whole of north Wales and up to the highest point in Wales! Once you've booked, you’ll be sent joining instructions, a training plan and kit list. We can also provide advice on local accommodation and other activities. Overview Distance: 10 km (includes descent via Pyg Track) Height Gain: 763 metres Target time: 6 hours Grade: Grade 1 scramble Group Size: Maximum 4 Price Self-funding: £175 Fundraising: £120 per head minimum 3D Route Video Where & when does it start? Our meeting time is 07.00am outside the front entrance of YHA Snowdon Pen-y-Pass. There is a public car park next to the hostel, although please note this is currently closed on weekends. Postcode: LL55 4NY What3words: ///irritable.washing.buzz OS Grid Ref: SH647556 Please note the car park has limited spaces and is currently closed on weekends. The car park costs £10 and the machines accept cash or cards. Please note that there is no mobile reception at Pen-y-Pass but you can access the Cloud wi-fi service outside the front door of the YHA building, where we’ll meet, so we can communicate by Whatsapp if necessary. Route Map & Altitude Profile View Route in OS Maps Is it suitable for me? Crib Goch is a Grade 1 scramble and requires a good level of fitness and a head for heights. Weather & terrain The classic traverse of Crib Goch from East to West leads up from the Pyg track to a ‘bad step’, where hands and feet are both needed briefly. It is followed by ascent to the arête, before tackling three rock-pinnacles to a grassy col at Bwlch Coch. This first part of the ridge is exposed with precipices below. You can check some local weather forecasts below. Snowdonia Mountain Forecast Mountain Forecast for Snowdon Met Office weather for Snowdon Water on your walk We recommend carrying at least 1.5 litres of water. What’s included? Mountain Leaders on a 1:4 ratio Live GPS tracking & shareable links for family/friends 20% discount for Montane 15% discount for Cotswold Outdoor 15% discount for Open Air 20% discount on Water-to-Go bottles 25% discount on Uphill Athlete training plans What’s Excluded? Accommodation Transport to/from your accommodation to our event meet point Personal Food & Drink Parking Charges Safety Your safety is our top priority. Our activities are fully risk assessed and we hold Public Liability Insurance via Lockton LLP. Our leaders carry a mountain first aid kit, an emergency shelter, a fully charged mobile phone & spare battery, spare warm clothing & emergency food and we have two-way radio contact with all of our guides at all times during an event. We also hold a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) Operator Licence. How to book Book below by choosing your ticket type. You can choose: Full payment by bank transfer: £175 Full payment online (1.5% fee added): £177.63 Fundraise for us (minimum fundraising of £120 per head) You'll receive an email acknowledging receipt of your payment/booking. You'll also need to read and agree to both our UK Trip Booking Terms & Conditions and our Participation Agreement & you'll be asked to confirm this during Step 1 when selecting your ticket type. UK Booking Terms & Conditions Participation Agreement After booking, you'll receive a second email requiring you to complete our online UK Trip Booking & Medical Declaration Form, which must be completed before we can confirm your booking. Each individual participant must complete this form so if you’re booking on behalf of a group you must ask each member of your group to complete this. Once you've submitted your UK Trip Booking & Medical Declaration Form, if you have a balance to pay, we'll email you an invoice and this will include our bank details. Fundraise for us Rather than paying your balance, you can alternatively choose to raise funds to support our social mission - with this option, you pledge to raise a minimum amount of sponsorship (£120) for our own social projects with disadvantaged young people. We can host fundraising pages directly on our website and you can read some short case studies about our social impact. Read more about fundraising for Inspire Alpine®. Fundraise for Inspire Alpine® Our Social Impact Set up a fundraising page What happens if the trip cannot run due to Covid-19? Your safety is our top priority. Please rest assured that if your event cannot go ahead due to Government-imposed Covid-19 restrictions, we'll offer you a number of options including the chance to: postpone your trip to a later departure of the same event (this year or next) join any other UK event in our portfolio (this year or next) receive a refund of monies paid for the challenge What if there is no official advice against travel, but I want to cancel? We respect that you may feel more comfortable staying at home, and not travelling regardless of the official advice. If you choose to cancel, we’ll action your request but where there is no Government advice against travel to at the time of cancellation, our standard cancellation terms will apply. Donate You can directly support our social mission to close the attainment gap. We support disadvantaged young people to have higher aspirations and feel more confident & resilient. Find out more Booking for this event has now closed.