When to go
April to September
This adventure takes place near Llanberis (Wales), a stunning lakeside village at the foot of Snowdon, surrounded by mountains, lakes and rivers. Snowdon stands at 1085 metres above sea level and, as the highest peak, it’s popular with hill walkers. If you want a more remote route then the South ridge is the way to go, with superb views and a challenging route.
On the day you can expect your guide to meet you at 8.30am in Pete's Eat cafe, Llanberis. From there you'll set off by car to the start point and begin your epic ascent.
All in all this is a fantastic option because it’s very easy to organise and requires minimal kit and moderate fitness. We recommend you first send the guide a booking request to agree a date. Then book your accommodation. Adventure sorted!
George 'Geo' MacIntyre has spent the past 40 years exploring mountains around the world, from Alpine sport climbs to technical Big Wall climbing. His experience is vast and he loves to pass on his absolute love of climbing and technical knowledge to his clients. Geo is well know for his friendly, informative and fun style.
Contact Geo today on 07746174994 or send him a booking request through our system.
Optional extras include booking additional mountain days (ask the guide).
You need to bring waterproofs and walking boots.
Please note you have to be 18 years or over to book this adventure (unless accompanied by a parent or guardian).
Wilderness Now does not provide this activity. It acts as agent facilitating your entry into a contract in respect of this activity, which is provided by George MacIntyre.
- Technical kit
- Option for pickup from bus/train/airport
- Meals/ drinks
How to get there
Car to Snowdonia
London to Snowdonia is just a 4 hour drive.
Train to Snowdonia
Take the train from London Euston to Bangor. Then an approx. £30 taxi will get you to Llanberis.
I have known Geo for around 25 years. We've climbed together and worked together on many occasions over this time. He has a thoughtful, analytical and technical approach to climbing which benefits his students very well.
I feel I have learnt a lot and feel much more confident. Excellent!