Climb Snowdon 2021

Where: Llanberis, North Wales

When: 20+ dates throughout the year

Registration: £35 per person

Minimum sponsorship: £200 

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Join us for the ultimate climbing challenge!

Experience the UK’s most popular mountain and feel alive in the great outdoors while raising money to support Lancashire Teaching Hospital Charity’s Children’s Appeal!

This nine-mile challenge is for both groups and individuals. RAW Adventures’ experienced guides will ensure you go home with a deeper understanding of the mountain, an appreciation of your wellbeing and a huge sense of achievement.

Together, we will develop a sense of wonder and intrigue about Yr Wyddfa, the mountain, as we ascend 1,085 metres to the summit – all while raising important funds in support of our Children’s Appeal.

Our Children’s Appeal is raising funds to overhaul the children’s wards and other treatment areas at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals where 10,000 babies and young people aged from one day to 19 years are cared for annually. We want to to create a bright, friendly and appealing environment for all children visiting our hospital and to give children and their families the best possible care and experience from the very moment they arrive.

Selected dates for 2021:

  • 4th July, 18th July, 31st July, 8th August, 14th August, 29th August, 5th September, 11th September, 19th September, 10th October and 30th October 2021

Snowdon

Fitness: Snowdon is 1,085 metres above sea level and has some steep and rocky sections and paths; it’s an exciting mountainous environment! We ask you are reasonably fit and have time to plan in some longer walks – with your backpack on – before undertaking this challenge.

Inclusions:

  • Pre-event support and advice
  • Trip notes and kit list
  • 1:10 Mountain Leader Ratio
  • Group safety equipment and First Aid kit
  • Climb Snowdon certificate
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If you have any questions please contact our fundraiser Roya Armstrong on  01772 528500 or e-mail roya.armstrong@lthtr.nhs.uk