Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) - Llanberis Climb

Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) is the tallest mountain in Wales, with a peak of 1085 metres. More than 600,000 visitors climb to the summit each year, with the most popular route being the Llanberis Path. This path is the most gradual route and the only one that follows the railway. The walk to the summit and back takes around 7 hours and will take you on a 14.5 kilometre hike with an ascent of 975 metres. Alternatively, you could take the train to the top and walk back down to collect the adventure lab stages. Along the walk, you'll see some stunning views across North Wales and collect five adventure lab stages. There are also several geocaches up for grabs at the summit. Please note: although the Llanberis Path is the easiest and most gradual route to the summit, this walk is a challenging undertaking. The steep climbs require a good level of fitness and there are limited facilities for refreshments etc. Please take plenty of water and food, and visit the Snowdonia National Park website for guidance.

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