There's a reason that an estimated 582,000 people visit Snowdon each year! The breathtaking views that walkers can enjoy throughout the ascent is one of those reasons. It's also important to note that at 1,085 meters the ascent to the peak is Snowdon is manageable for people of most fitness levels.

Along the route you will be accompanied by numerous guides to ensure your safety. The guides will also point out  areas of outstanding natural beauty, including the valleys and the slate mining village that lie below this incredible mountain.

Snowdon or 'Yr Wyddfa' in Welsh, is a dormant volcano that forms part of the Snowdonia mountain range, although folklore would suggest it is a tumulus for Rhitta Gawr, a Welsh giant. Whether you believe its a volcano or a tumulus, there is no doubting that it is stunning.

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£65 per person