18-20 August 2020
Crib Goch: The famous knife-edge ridge that leads up the summit of Snowdon, the highest point in England and Wales.
This trip isn’t for the feint-hearted and a head for heights is advised! Climbing Snowdon via Crib Goch is without doubt the most adventurous way to hike this mammoth mountain and it really is one of best days out you can have in a pair of walking boots in the UK.
Although it is a non-technical route, Crib Goch does involve some scrambling (the use of your feet and hands) and does feel a little exposed in parts. For that reason, this trip is aimed at those with a least some hiking experience and those looking to take their hiking to the next level.
You’ll spend two days and two nights in Snowdonia, scaling Crib Goch and Snowdon on the first day and spending the second hiking Moel Siabod, a more remote and less well known mountain nearby.
This all-inclusive small-group trip includes return travel from London, accommodation and all food (inlcuding a BBQ on the Wednesday evening). You’ll also be led by a qualified and highly experienced mountain guide who will ensure you’ll be kept safe at all times.
Tuesday (from 6pm) - Meet in London and drive to our accommodation in Snowdonia National Park
Wednesday - Hike to the summit of Snowdon, away from the crowded tourist tracks
Thursday - A circular hike, taking in the summit of Moel Siabod, with views of Snowdon and the surrounding mountains,
before returning back to London (for 9pm)