Booking a guided walk up Snowdon

General

One of the most common requests we get are for guided walks to the summit of Snowdon. It is easy to see why – if you are only going to climb one mountain in Wales, why not make it the tallest? There are two ways you can use the services of Snowdonia Guided Walks to […]

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Carneddau Horseshoe

General Trip Reports

On Saturday 6th September I met up with a group of private clients from London, Warrington and Manchester. Two were previous clients of ours, Jennifer and Davina, having joined us for a day on the Snowdon Horseshoe a couple of years ago. That had been one of our best trips of the year – pleasant […]

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Autumn Guided Walks

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As the nights begin to draw in and the temperature begins to drop (a little!) it makes me start to think of the coming months – long shadows, mountainsides glowing in late afternoon sunlight and golden leaves on trees down in the valleys. It is the season of temperature inversions, the first summit frosts and […]

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Please take your bl**dy litter home!

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The photo above was taken on Sunday evening, at a popular roadside take-a-photo layby between Capel Curig and Pen Y Pass. It is far from unusual unfortunately – every summer we see piles of rubbish left behind by visitors on the paths and trails to the tops of our favourite mountains, and in every layby […]

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Guided Walks on Snowdon

General Routes

Snowdon is the highest peak in Wales, and indeed higher than any mountain in England too! It dominates the Northern half of Snowdonia, it’s pyramidical peak visible from pretty much every other surrounding mountain range and views from the summit stretching out as far as Northern Ireland and Pembrokeshire on a clear day. There are […]

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Guided Walks in The Carneddau

General Routes

These mountains that dominate the north of Snowdonia are home to some of the most remote summits in Wales. This upland area is the largest area of land above 3,000ft above sea level outside of Scotland, and it certainly feels like it. Most of the summits require 2hrs or more of walking to reach them, […]

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