Walks Eryri is all about exploring and discovering in Snowdonia. We have selected eight varied mountain walking routes to capture an essence of Eryri.
Whether you are visiting Snowdonia (‘Eryri’ in Welsh) for the first time, or have enjoyed some mountain walking already, Walks Eryri is our way of helping you to further discover the special qualities of Snowdonia National Park; Eryri. Through our life and work here, over the last 10 years, we have built up detailed and passionate knowledge about the mountains that surround our home, and further afield.
Of course this includes much time on Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon), Wales’ highest summit, but we also love to weave our way across quieter slopes and cwms discovering new views and experiences alone or with friends. And we can share these explorations with you: trust our personal and professional experience and you won’t be disappointed.
In keeping with our respect for where we live and work, we would like to share our ‘back garden’ with you; always remembering to look after ourselves, each other and the local communities and environment we move through.
Our eight route options below have also been inspired by the 5 years that Kate has been contributing walking routes to TRAIL magazine – that’s a lot of planning, walking and loving the mountains around us!
Below are the routes we can choose from, to make the most of your mountain walking days in Snowdonia. We can choose a suitable route together and ensure our plan will work for the forecasted weather and the people you’re walking with. This will help increase your own confidence and skills to plan future Walks Eryri and expand your knowledge to be #ADVENTURESMART.
When assigning a level on our scale, we take the following into consideration: Distance, Ascent, Gradient and Terrain.
For a group of 1-5 people
- Professional and friendly support and advice before your walk
- Walks Eryri Event Notes and Kit List
- 1:1 or Small Group and personal Mountain Leader
- Group Safety Equipment and First Aid Kit
- Photos uploaded to facebook.com/ClimbSnowdon