Time & Location
25 Jun 2023, 12:00 – 26 Jun 2023, 09:20
Bangor, Bangor, UK
About the Event
Time to get your arse kicked by the most beloved mountain in the UK.
Snowdon is the highest mountain in England and Wales, towering over the region at a height of 1085m.
Loved for its drama and majesty, the mountain attracts swathes of visitors hoping to conquer it all year round.
We will be staying at Pen Y Pass Hostel which is at the start of the trail, so you can go straight to shower where you can cry without being seen, followed by dinner and bed.
9 am - Take a train from London Euston to Bangor (or any other route to Bangor)
1 pm - Arrive at Bangor Train Station - Meet your ride which will take you to Snowdon
2 pm - Start your hike up Snowdon and take pictures.
4 pm - Stop for a sandwich and take pictures.
5 pm - Cry and wish you could break a leg so a helicopter would come to rescue you - and take pictures.
5:30 pm - Sumit and laugh at yourself because it wasn't that hard after all and take pictures.
6 pm - Start our hike down and take pictures.
7 pm - Cry again because going down feels even harder and your legs are jelly - I will make sure to take pictures of your face
8 or 9 pm - Reach the end of the hike and crawl to the hostel - I will do a live stream of this and go viral becoming a TikTok sensation (just kidding)
7:30 am - Breakfast and take pictures.
8:15 am - Leave the hostel straight to the train station to catch your train home
9:20 am - Catch a train back home
Frequently Asked Questions About climbing Snowdon:
How high is Snowdon?
Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales and England, with its summit at 1085m above sea level.
How long does it take to climb Snowdon?
There are many routes to the summit of Snowdon. This route via Pyg Track and Miner’s Track takes between five and six hours, but it is the shortest path to the summit.
Is the Pyg Track dangerous?
The Pyg Track is not the easiest route to the top of Snowdon, and the terrain is somewhat rocky and rugged, with some slippery parts. Hiking shoes are obligatory to attend this trip.
Do you have to be fit to climb Snowdon?
The ascent of Snowdon is a challenging hike and you will need a moderate to good fitness level.
Can beginners climb Snowdon?
Snowdon is not the best choice for unfit people, but it is an excellent choice for hikers who have done many lowland and hill walking and feel ready to try hiking a mountain.
INCLUDED IN FEE
- 1 night hostel accommodation
- Guided hike in a small group
- Travel in Wales
- Travel to/from Wales
- Lunches and dinners
- Anything else not above
Take a train or drive to Bangor
You must be at Bangor Station before 1 pm
Book a train for the day after to leave by 9:20 am
If you want. to park by the hostel, book a parking space at Pen Y pass in advance
A WhatsApp group will be set up a few days before the trip where the final details will be given to you. Keep checking your messages on Meetup for the link to the group
By signing up for a trip or event with Hiking Nation you agree to our full Terms and Conditions
1 - It is your responsibility to ensure you check messages on this event and private messages sent to you before the trip starts and up to the morning of the trip.
2 - Climbing mountains carry a risk of serious life-changing injuries and death. By signing up for this trip you agree that the organisers are not liable for accidents and you must have adequate insurance before attending.
3 - Your guide will turn you away if you attend with an inadequate kit - Please read our Terms and Conditions for more details - No refund will be given.
- Ticket type
Snowdon June 25Price£125.00
+£3.13 service fee+£3.13 service fee