Climb Snowdon / Yr Wyddfa

Climb Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) – the highest mountain in Wales! This one-day hiking challenge in the heart of Snowdonia National Park is a must for any adventurer and the perfect fitness goal. Journey through the unique and rugged wilderness of North Wales on the adventure of a lifetime. With fully qualified and experienced guides, you’ll be in good hands to get the very best out of this incredible mountain experience.

“More Adventure were amazing. The hike was very well organised and our guides made the challenge fun. I will definitely be doing more challenges with these guys!” – Paul, 2018

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At 1085 metres above sea level, this magnificent mountain is one of Wales’ most recognisable landmarks and an extremely popular day-hike. On a clear day on the summit you can experience views all over Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland. For an unforgettable adventure in the unique and rugged landscape of North Wales, tackle this fully guided hike with our qualified, experienced and fun guides at More Adventure.

There are several routes we can take to the summit, each with a slightly different atmosphere and length. The route you choose with your guide will depend on the weather, the abilities of the group, and what you’d like to get out the day. We always recommend arriving in the area the night before the hike begins and can advise on the best places to stay to make your Snowdonia stay truly memorable.



  • Breathtaking mountain scenery of Snowdonia National Park
  • Embracing the physical challenge of climbing a mountain 
  • Experiencing the awe-inspiring wilderness of Wales
  • Reaching the summit of Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon (1085m)
  • Encountering countless friendly sheep, our most popular mountain residents


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