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Snowdon Sunset

Guided Walking Breaks and Holidays to Snowdonia National Park

Whether it’s tackling the ‘big one’, Snowdon which at over 3,500 feet high needs little introduction, or simply stepping out to enjoy the umpteen trails through the Snowdonia National Park, we’ve lined up  a series of guided walking events to suit everyone.

We run a series of weekend and day walks that are geared specifically towards scaling Snowdon.  Some are part of the National Three Peaks Challenge, while others are Snowdon-specific events. We can also organise charity and corporate guided groups as well.

We follow one of a number of routes according to the level of challenge that the group would like to undertake. Whichever route is chosen, the scenery is beautiful – think ancient woodlands, streams wiggling their way downhill and exhilarating ridges as the summit comes into view.

With the routes planned and an experienced guide taking away the hassle of map reading, all you need to do is enjoy the challenge.

There is so much lovely walking throughout the National Park though that a trip here needn’t solely be about Snowdon. This is why we also organise weekends where we follow trails that maybe less technically challenging but are equally as beautiful.

Whichever event you’re looking at, the common thread will be the camaraderie that bonds the group – whether it’s sharing a joke over a piece of flapjack, teasing the Large Outdoors host, or simply enjoying a great conversation as you stride along.

Summit Snowdon
We run a full schedule of Snowdon day walks and weekends, so if your looking to summit the highest peak in England and Wales please visit our dedicated guided Snowdon page.

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