Date(s) - 08/07/2017
2:00 am - 9:30 am
Trek to the summit of Snowdon by the light of the full-moon and stand at 1085 metres in time to enjoy an amazing sunrise across Snowdonia’s beautiful and rugged landscape.
You will set off in the early hours of the morning along the Llanberis Path. This popular daytime trek along what is considered to be the easiest of the 6 main routes up Snowdon presents a whole new challenge with only the moon and the stars (and the glow of your head torches) to light the way.
Join Einir and a group of dedicated fundraisers on the challenge of a lifetime, making memories and new friends along the way.
Fingers crossed for a clear night so we can also enjoy the starry sky which has recently seen Snowdonia declared an ‘International Dark Sky Reserve’; one of only four places in the UK awarded the status for the quality of its night sky.
Distance: 9 miles
Time: 5-7 hours
Elevation gain: 945 metres
Unfortunately we cannot guarantee the weather or a clear enough sky to see the moon and the stars!
This is a fundraising event on behalf of Marie Curie.
£10 from each entry will go to the charity. There is no minimum fundraising amount, however, Einir has set her target to jointly raise a minimum of £2,500 so please help by raising as much as you can.
This is an example itinerary. Exact details will be sent to you in the run up to the event.
*2am – Meet at Snowdon Mountain Railway, Llanberis
(There is parking both infront of and behind the station which will cost between £4 and £7)
You will meet your group and your guide who will brief you on safety and procedures for the day
2.15am – Take the Llanberis Path
6.45am – Arrive at the summit
7am – Leave the summit and start the descent via the same path
(Timings will be flexible depending on the group and the weather)
9.30am – Arrive back in Llanberis ready for Breakfast
There will be breaks for refreshments and food along the route
*Please note: The meeting time for this event is 2AM on Saturday 8 July..
This walk is for anyone over 18 with a moderate level of fitness.
You should be comfortable walking for 2 – 3 hours without stopping and have some experience of hill walking. It is meant to be challenging but also enjoyable so the more training you can do the better.
A small, friendly, likeminded group, accompanied by friendly, professional guides to keep you happy, motivated and safe.
Full ‘ground’ support during your event
Kit and Training advice leading up to your walk
Friendly support on the end of the phone/email to answer any questions running up to your event
Please bring snacks and plenty of water (minimum 1.5 litres)!
This event is fully booked.