Snowdonia offers some of the most spectacular and challenging mountains in Britain and their accessibility have made them famous for centuries. The vast majority of people will only ascend Snowdon via the train or by one of the main “motorways” but most will miss out on the enjoyment, solitude and challenge that the other mountains in the area can offer.
Why not see Snowdonia from a different perspective by accompanying me on a guided mountain walk. The level of difficulty and challenge can be tailored to your ability and I can even improve your mountain skills so that you can become a safer and more competent person.
You can either book as an individual, group of friends or organized group. We can either ascend some of the most popular mountains or explore some peaks that hardly have a path to the top. The weather is always a factor when planning a day out in the hills so not only does the weather affect the mountains but also the mountains can affect the weather so good preparation should guarantee a challenging day out whatever the conditions.
These are some of the mountains (and possible routes) you would expect to ascend during your stay in Snowdonia: Tryfan (South Ridge), Pen yr Ole Wen - Carnedd Dafydd (horseshoe) Carnedd Llewelyn via Pen yr Helgi Du, Glyder Fach and Glyder Fawr, Moel Hebog via Moel yr Ogof. Snowdon via Lliwedd, Y Garn – the list goes on so why not get in touch to discuss your requirements - click here
Need to improve your navigational skills – can’t make head nor tail of an OS map? I can show you the black art of navigating (with or without a compass) group leadership, emergency rope work and much more. Whether it is for your own benefit or if you are intending to progress to gain National Governing Body Awards such as Walking Group Leader or Mountain Leader Award I can guide you through the process in a safe, simple and informative environment.
Mountain Leader Training and Assessment Course.
If you are interested in booking on to one of these courses please contact me for further details.