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About this event

Secure your place today on this new exciting challenge and experience the stunning views and incredible scenery from the top of Mount Snowdon.

Accompanied by a mountain leader, you will trek your way up to the summit of the highest mountain in Wales, reaching 1,085 metres. A perfect challenge for the novice climber.

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

When you join our team, you will receive the following support from us;

  • Fundraising Pack containing lots of fundraising advice
  • Regular emails to provide top tips
  • A Children with Cancer UK t-shirt
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Date & Location

  • Llanberis, Wales
  • September 23, 2018
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Contact Details

Itinerary

  • 08:30: Meet at Snowdon Mountain Railway Station
  • 08:45: Leader briefing and final checks
  • 09:00: Begin guided day
  • 12:00: Summit Snowdon
  • 12:30: Leave summit and begin descent
  • 15:00: Arrive at Snowdon Mountain Railway Station

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Join the team today and support Children with Cancer UK by completing the booking form below!

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We've teamed up with Virgin Money Giving to make fundraising easy. Find out how to set up your page!

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Start Your Training

Children with Cancer will help you prepare for your big day. We offer advice on training, equipment, health and more!

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