Experience the quiet majesty of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) at dawn with a guided sunrise walk.

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Yr Wyddfa is the highest peak in Wales and at 1085m high, it’s a challenging climb to reach the summit, especially in the dark. However, you are richly rewarded with tremendous sunrise views over the coast and Eryri. If the cloud obscures the fine views from the summit, as it often can, there is still plenty of exciting mountain terrain to view around you.

You will be joined by qualified local Mountain Leaders who will share their enthusiasm and advice with you all the way. Each stride up is worth it as you head ever higher into the mountain’s unique, mythical scenery.

*Travel and accommodation is not included in the registration fee and are the responsibility of participants to make their own arrangements. 


Saturday 21st September 
Travel to Llanberis and get some rest. 
Sunday 22nd September 
02:30am - Meet your Mountain Leaders at the pre-arranged meeting point.
02:45am - Safety brief, kit check and introductions to your Mountain Leaders
03:00am - Depart meeting point 
03:15am - Ascend Llanberis path
06:45am - Expected time at Yr Wyddfa summit
07:03am - Bangor sunrise
10:00am - Arrival back into Llanberis (via the Llanberis path) on Sunday morning

As part of this challenge we ask every that participant pledges to raise £200 to support the fundraising element of this event. 

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*Dogs are welcome on this event, but please be aware they will be spending around 7 hours walking on rough terrain, so owners need to make sure the dogs are fit enough. Dogs must wear some form of hi viz so that they can be easily seen by other walkers. All solids must be collected and carried off the mountain.