Snowdon Trek – Wales Air Ambulance – May 2019
Date/Time: 18/05/2019, All Day Location: Snowdon, Llanberis
We are trekking to the highest point in Wales to help Wales Air Ambulance save lives.
Take the Miners Path to the summit of the highest mountain in Wales, stand at 1085 metres and enjoy the amazing views across Snowdonia. Fingers crossed for a clear day to see across Cwm Brwynoc, Llanberis and over the Menai Straits to Anglesey.
You can find out more about Snowdon and the Miners Track here.
See our other Wales Air Ambulance Fundraising Events.
This is an example itinerary. Exact details will be sent to you in the run up to the event.
8.45am – 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
9am – Take the Sherpa Bus to Pen y Pass
9.30am – Start walking
1pm – Arrive at the summit
1.20pm – Leave the summit and start the descent via the Llanberis path
(Timings will be flexible depending on the group and the weather)
4.30pm – Arrive back in Llanberis for well earned refreshments
There will be breaks for refreshments and food along the route.
Toilets are available at the start (and maybe at the summit but this depends very much on weather)
This walk is for anyone over 18 with a moderate level of fitness.
Anyone 16 – 18 should be accompanied by a responsible adult.
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.
Qualified, experienced mountain leaders with you all the way
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
Minimum£10 donation to the charity
Please bring a packed lunch and plenty of water (minimum 1.5 litres) and snacks!
Breese Adventures have their own Public Liability Insurance up to £5 million, however we advise all participants to take out their own insurance to cover personal accident, injury and loss.