What We Do

We provide a professionally organised leadership service and qualified Mountain Leaders to advise and guide any group that are planning to climb Snowdon.

Clients include corporate teams planning to climb Snowdon; television and film production companies filming on Snowdon; family and friends groups; school, cadet and scout teams; groups tackling the ‘Three Peaks Challenge’ and ‘Welsh 3000s’ as well as individuals looking to enjoy quieter or more challenging Snowdon walks, including Crib Goch and the Snowdon Horseshoe.

We look forward to hearing from you to help plan your next Snowdon adventure...

About Yr Wyddfa

North Wales is a land of mountains, rivers, lakes and crags and within it the old kingdom of Gwynedd is the jewel in the crown, known in Welsh as ‘Eryri’ and in English as ‘Snowdonia’.

The Snowdonia National Park has 15 mountains that sit over 3000 feet and Snowdon (‘Yr Wyddfa’ meaning burial mound in Welsh) sits as the chieftain of them all.

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Why Us?

There are plenty of people offering guiding services on Snowdon, so why choose us?

We thrive on developing opportunities to work with others in the outdoors, regardless of age and experience.

Passionate about working within this exciting industry, we have the utmost concern for safety, challenge, professionalism and enjoyment and with over 20 years combined leading experience and enthusiasm to match, we will care for you and your clients as much as you do...

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Client Reviews

Climb Snowdon - John and Grandchildren

“The icing on the cake...”

John and Grandchildren - July 2016

“it couldn’t have been better! This old man who hadn’t been up Snowdon for 17 years was enabled to cope, and the adventurous grandson given sufficient lease to enjoy but not endanger himself!” Read More »

Summit Routes

Latest Blog Posts

#Welsh3000s – If you can’t stand the heat…

Tuesday 19 July saw us host a 1:1 Welsh 3000s day for Kevin – who’s only been walking in the mountains for a year or so now. Read More »

Two knees or not two knees...Welsh 3000s

We met Colin in 2014 and he came back with a walking companion for a long day out over the Welsh 3000s. Read More »

#GetOutside in the familiar...or is it?

On Monday I had the pleasure of meeting Lizzie Carr, who is in the midst of creating her own dreams and goals. Read More »