Climb Snowdon

What We Do

We offer a professionally run leadership and planning service for individuals and groups wanting to climb Snowdon.

Whether you are a family looking for a unique guided ascent or a large group looking to climb Snowdon to raise money for charity, we can help with small and large scale planning and provide friendly, knowledgeable and qualified Mountain Leaders on the mountain to inform and guide you along the way.

You will learn skills, increase confidence, improve chances of success and increase your level of satisfaction and enjoyment, knowing that elements of your planning and walking will be supported by experienced Leaders.

Climb Snowdon - What We Do

We can organise walking routes based on group logistics, travel, accommodation and other arrangements – but we will always factor in current weather conditions and group fitness into our final decision (so route choices may change on the day).

Climb Snowdon - Summer Walks

Summer Walks

Individual or booking of less than 5 people:
£180 for the day

Group of more than 5 people:
From £35 per person

Climb Snowdon - Winter Walks

Winter Walks

Individual or booking of less than 5 people:
£210 for the day

Group of more than 5 people:
From £42 per person

Typical Day

0845 Meet outside Snowdon Mountain Railway Station
for group briefing, kit check and Leader introduction
0900 Option to travel to different start point
0945 Latest departure time from chosen walk start point
1300 Arrival at Snowdon summit
1330 Depart Snowdon summit via Llanberis Path
1700 Arrival back into Llanberis / car parks

Cost Includes

  • Pre-event support and advice
  • Trip notes and Kit List
  • 1:10 Mountain Leader ratio
  • Group safety equipment and First Aid kit
  • Climb Snowdon certificate
  • Photos uploaded to

Cost Does Not Include

  • Personal kit and equipment
  • Accommodation
  • Refreshments (unless otherwise agreed)
  • Public transport
  • Parking charges
  • Winter walking boots, crampons, axe, helmet


We are here to support your Climb Snowdon day and help you achieve your goal safely and enjoyably. But in order to help us help you – please arrive prepared and ready for a full day’s walk in the mountains.

Snowdon does not offer a casual stroll on smooth, undulating terrain – Snowdon is 1085 metres above sea level and has steep and rocky sections and paths.

It’s beautiful, dramatic and exciting! There are times where you may need to use your hands to steady yourself on certain paths and even the Llanberis Path (the ‘tourist path’) is notoriously steep in a couple of sections. The mountain is rocky underfoot and will challenge your thighs, calves, feet, ankles, back, breathing and brain at times!

Please bear this in mind when preparing for your walk and think about the following:

  • PLEASE follow the Kit List and bring ALL items listed with you
  • Always ask us any questions you need - that’s why we’re here!
  • Practice walking on steeper ground up AND down - find your local hill or make
    some visits to areas at weekends
  • Use a running machine or stepper on a steep incline or resistance
  • Plan in longer walks at the weekend - with your backpack on
  • Cover longer distances when on flatter ground - to build up stamina
  • Practice using trekking poles (at least once) before your Climb Snowdon day
  • Always take the stairs and climb up and down them as much as you can!
  • Carry on building upon your cardiovascular fitness (swimming, walking, running, cycling) as
    well as building tummy strength to support your back
  • Focus on developing muscle tone and strength in your thighs, bum and back to help support
    your knees and avoid injury...and STRETCH these muscles regularly
  • SEEK ADVICE from a qualified professional before embarking upon a new exercise regime