A real mountain challenge, climbing all the mountains in Wales over 3000 feet. That's 14 peaks in 24 hours over a distance of roughly 30 miles! Apart from the challenge of completing this adventure, you will also get to experience some of the best mountain views in the country, it's truly an adventure to remember. A great event to do as a charity fundraiser, or just as a fantastic opportunity to get out in to the hills. If you choose this event to raise money for your favourite charity you'll be pleased to know that there is no minimum sponsorship, and all the money you raise goes to your charity.
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An early start to make the most of the daylight hours sees you leaving from Pen-y-pass car park at 4am. You will approach the classic ridge line of Crib Goch just as daylight breaks. After completing one of the most exhilarating ridge lines in the UK you will carry on to the summit of Snowdon, the highest point in Wales. From Snowdon you drop down in to the Llanberis pass, where you will be met by the support team for a quick refreshment break. The next stage in your challenge is up and over the Glyderau, including the majestic peak of Tryfan. Once again you will meet the support crew before you begin your ascent of the Carneddau, the last stage of this challenge. The challenge will end when you reach the summit of Foel Fras, although you still need to get down to the bottom for your lift back to Llanberis. For those that wish you can join the rest of the team and your leaders for a celebration breakfast at the legendary Pete's eats.
A challenging feat pushing you to your limits, you’ll have to dig deep on this one
Moderate - Cancel up to 2 weeks before your adventure and receive a full refund
Cancelling less than 2 weeks before your adventure results in no refund.
Refund excludes processing fees. Alternate dates may be able to be agreed at no additional cost, but this is not guaranteed.
Pen-y-Pass, Caernarfon LL55 4NU, UK
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