About Snowdonia

Snowdonia is a region in northwest Wales concentrated around the mountains and glaciers of massive Snowdonia National Park. The park's historic Snowdon Mountain Railway climbs to the summit of Wales's highest mountain, Mount Snowdon, offering views across the sea to Ireland. The park is also home to an extensive network of trails, over 100 lakes and craggy peaks like Cedar Idris and Tryfan.

Join Team Action and climb Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales the British Isles which stands at 1,085 metres above sea level. The Mount Snowdon challenge sees you conquer this stunning mountain in one day

This Hiking tour is based in Wales Snowdonia which is an area of outstanding natural beauty and boasting some of the highest, most spectacular peaks in the Wales. It's a majestic network of verdant green valleys, rocky hills and through woodlands. Winter can be cold and snowy and but again a breath taken nature.

About the Tour!

My name is Elis and I am the finder of the tour and I will be leading the tour, which I am an expert in team of mountain hiking and outdoors activities, have been hiking through extreme places, highly experienced, trip that you will never forget.

Our trials follow mountain paths through a hills and forests with habitats ranging from brightly colourful green hills. We picnic by outstanding view of green hills and mountains.

Walks, and it's no problem to alternate from day to day. The routes have all been meticulously designed by experts in hiking tours and well knowledgeable by me as your tour representative, which I will be there with you and ensure your hiking tours runs as smoothly as possible.

There's a number of footpaths up Snowdon offering varying levels of difficulty. If you're a seasoned hill walker then you might prefer to take one of the more challenging paths, but if you're a relative newcomer it's best to take one of the less arduous options. That said, none of the paths leading up to the summit are totally straightforward. Here's a quick guide to six of Snowdon's main paths.

Day one we will be hiking peak Pyg & Miner's and Rhudd Ddu, have our lunch in the beauty of nature.

Pyg & Miner's is tougher but very enjoyable, the Pyg and Miner's paths form a lengthy circular route across some tricky terrain.

Peak Rhydd Ddu - although a generally moderate route similar to the Snowdon Ranger path, but it has incredible landscape.

On day two we will head for Watkin peak, the Watkin path starts at a lower elevation than any of the other routes and is among the longest on Snowdon. Our next route isSnowdon Ranger, perhaps the oldest path to the summit. The path meets up with Llanberis, Crib Goch, Pyg and Miner's as well as the railway near the summit. Lunch break will be bweteen the routes.

 On day three we will be hiking peak Llanberis, which is the most popular path among visitors which is easy to follow and the least challenging of the paths leading up Snowdon. Our last hiking route is peak Crib Goch, unsuitable for all but the most experienced and confident scramblers and mountaineers, which we all are. Overnight stay and head for home the next morning with a great smile on our faces.


Price for 4 days tour Just £ 230pp 

Snowdonia weekend, where the earth meets the sky


Day 1

Start our first monring hiking peak Pyg & Miner's  tougher but enjoyable. our next rout is Rhydd Ddu.

Overnight stay. head for the Pub and find a good meal.
Day 2

Early monring we will be hiking on Watkin peak, following by

Snowdon Ranger peak, perhaps the oldest path to the summit.

Overnight stay, B&B.

Day 3

On our last morning of the tour we will be hiking peak Llanberis Crib Goch.

overnight stay on B&B

Day 4

Make your journey from Snowdonia home as you bid a fond farewell to the amazing Wales Nature.

Looking forward having you all on the team.


* Tour

* Map reading


* Travel insurance (not required)

* Travel, local travel A to B

* Snacks, Drinks

* Meals- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

* Personal equipment

Clothing & Equipment List for Climbing Snowdonia

Conditions in the mountains and on the summits are significantly colder than people expect.

Please note, if in the opinion of your guide(s) on the day, you are not adequately clothed, I will direct you to the nearest outdoor store, otherwise we will be unable to take you into the mountains!

Essential Clothing/Equipment

  • Hiking boots, waterproof
  • Water proof jacket
  • Waterproof over trousers (Tip; Ensure you can put the over trousers on whilst wearing your boots)
  • Hats, winter hat, inside wooled
  • Mid layer (Worn between the base layer and your jacket, lightweight fleeces are ideal)
  • Gloves. warm and waterproof.
  • sleeping bag,
  • two Mylar Space Blankets, in case)
  • waterproof blanket. or a small little tent.
  • Backpack, (25-35 litres in size depending on how much stuff you want to carry)
  • Food for the day. You will be burning off twice the amount of energy you normally do, so bring enough food. Foods like bananas, dried fruit, flapjacks & sandwiches are good.
  • Water. On hot days you can drink up to 4 pints/2 litres of water. Platypus water sacs are a great way of carrying
  • Flask. On cold days a warm drink is nice to have.
  • Personal Medicines (Inform your guide on the day of any medication you are taking)

Desirable Clothing/Equipment

  • Thick/Walking socks
  • Wicking base layer (This is worn next to the skin and should not be a cotton t-shirt)
  • Hiking trousers (Tip; Do not wear jeans or jogging bottoms)
  • Sun Glasses, skiing glasses
  • Whistle
  • Orange Poly Survival bag (available for a couple of pounds)
  • Walking Poles
  • Be prepared in case of an accident. A whistle can be useful for getting the attention of other people should you need to. An orange poly survival bag is also worth having so you have some shelter in case conditions turn nasty.
  • Take a map of the area and a compass, and make sure you know how to use both.