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Welcome to Snowdon Walks. We offer a range of hillwalking activities and courses in Snowdonia. From climbing Snowdon to wild camping, scrambling the toughest ridges to enjoying leisurely walks in beautiful mountains, and master all the skills on our...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
High Street, Llanberis, Snowdonia National Park, Wales
Whatever the weather, this place is fantastic. Climbed again today and would love to live closer. A 4 hour drive each way is worth it. Get there early at this time of year and you feel like you have the place to yourself.
Did the easiest of the walks on sunday 14th October and the sun gods were with up. Had mostly ideal conditions with a little rain on the way up but the sun shone all afternoon making it a very memorable day .went up at a...More
The company was organised and professional, sending plenty of emails covering all the necessary information to ensure we were prepared.
The guides were friendly and knowledgeable, and always made sure all the walkers were safe (and accounted for), from the most experienced to the novices...More
If you want a challenge take try the South ridge as there is some scrambling to get to the top. Took about 2.5 hours to ascend. The day we went it was wet and misty so can't comment on the views but we still had...More
Booked the 3 day hike to complete the 15 Welsh 3000's. Excellent communication from booking to start, with good details in info pack. 2 guides (Jo and Kerry) were very friendly and knowledgeable. Weather was not the best, but whole group had an amazing 3...More
We recently climbed Snowdon. The weather was ok to start but the the rain and cloud came in and it became quite a gruelling walk in parts. That however may have something to do with my fitness maybe not being what it was in my...More
The walk/stroll up Snowdon was easy for me --- even at my advanced age and Parkinson's. But the bloody trip back was a night mare I will never forget. Slippery stones, narrow paths, and uneven rocks all contributed to my misery. It has been a...More
A beautiful day to climb- 19th May 2018 #royalweddingday -it took my group and I
4 hours going up and 4hrs down. I personally found it harder going up. Definitely couldn’t have done without the aid of walking poles,(a must have). Would recommend a very...More
Started the year with going out the summit. Took us 2hs to the top and a hour back, took the pyg path. It's nice and easy for everyone.
It's very nice and relaxing, only so so is the car park gets full... If you come...More
Our family of three walked to the summit of Snowdon twice recently: in August and October. On both occasions we had excellent weather: dry with very good visibility. At 15km, the return hike is quite long and there are some parts where the ascent is...More