Snowdon At Night Trek

Trekking Mt Snowdon (1,085m) during the daytime forms a great challenge, but by using torches to light your way and having the moon as our backdrop, summiting at night brings another sense of achievement to an already recognised charity trek.

Seeing the sunrise across Snowdonia National Park will be a memory never forgotten! Upon your descent, you will witness the breath-taking mountain range open up to give glorious views and afterwards we tuck into a delicious celebration breakfast!

St Catherine’s Hospice has teamed up with Global Adventure Challenges who will be hosting this event on our behalf. 

Key Points

  • Challenge Distance – 9 miles approx.
  • Challenge Grading – Challenging
  • Challenge Duration – 2 days
  • Activity Duration – 1 night

Challenge Highlights

  • Summit the highest mountain in England and Wales – Snowdon 1,085m.
  • Witness dawn across the peaks of Snowdonia National Park.
  • Watch the changing colours of the peaks as dawn breaks.

Register here! 

Scroll down for funding options, details about what’s included in the cost, and the challenge itinerary

Funding Option A 
Registration Fee £65 + raise a minimum of £290 in sponsorship for St Catherine’s

Funding Option B
Registration Fee £65 + self-fund £145 (fund the entire challenge yourself, and set your own fundraising target for the hospice)

Itinerary with Global Adventure Challenges 

Day 1
We meet in Llanberis in the evening for event registration and briefing. Walking straight to the start we use the Llanberis Path and our ascent should take approximately 3 – 4 hours. We’ll be using our head torches to light our way and the tranquillity of experiencing this mountain at night will never be forgotten.

Day 2
We celebrate our achievements once we summit and begin our descent using the same trail. The descent will take approx. 2-3 hours and upon reaching our finish line in Llanberis, we celebrate with a well-earned breakfast. Please note this is a complex itinerary, and is subject to change.

What’s included
• Snacks along the route and breakfast on completing the challenge
• Qualified Global Adventure Challenges leaders
• Vehicle for back up and support
• Challenge Medal

What’s not included
• Travel insurance
• Tips and gratuities
• Alcoholic drinks
• Personal trekking kit (trekking boots, poles, etc.)

Register here! 

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