Beginning in the town of Llanberis, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, this spectacular midnight challenge in aid of Mind will see you trekking to the summit of Mount Snowdon… at night!
You will be fully supported every step of the way by experienced Mountain Leaders and crew, and will celebrate your amazing achievement at the finish line with a delicious breakfast brunch.
This night time challenge will test your physical and mental ability but your efforts will be rewarded by the breathtaking sunrise, along with knowing that all your hard work is raising money to help the lost and abandoned dogs of Merseyside and the Superdog programmes.
- Night time trek to the summit of Mt Snowdon
- Climb to the highest point in Wales under the moonlit sky
- Enjoy the breathtaking sunrise amongst the mountains
- Celebrate your achievement with a finish line breakfast
- Raise vital funds for a charity
DAY 1 ARRIVAL AND BEGIN YOUR CHALLENGE!
The Snowdon At Night event begins in the town of Llanberis in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.
After registration, and a full safety briefing from your challenge leaders you will begin the trek at shortly before midnight. During the trek you be supported every step of the way by our fully qualified Mountain Leaders who will do everything they can to help you reach the summit.
In the early evening, before registration for the challenge there will be an optional ‘warm-up’ walk, led by the challenge leaders. Please indicate on your registration form if you wish to join us for this.
DAY 2, THE SUMMIT AND SUNRISE!
You should reach the summit just as the sun begins to rise over the rest of the Snowdonia National Park. After the elation of reaching the top you must summon up the energy to return to the start where it will be time to relax and celebrate with a celebration brunch.
After this you are free to depart, re-living your achievements on your way home!
Registration fee of £35.00 when you book, Aim to raise a minimum of £300 for the lost – and andoned dogs of Merseyside and the Superdog programme.