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Cycle, Canoe and Walk Snowdon – Wales

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1 day 1 night
Availability : April - September
LLanberis, Wales
Min Age : 18

Summit Snowdon, enjoy the amazing views, know that you’ve pushed yourself beyond what you thought was possible and had an amazing time doing it- all during our activity weekend in Wales. 

This exciting challenge will have you cycling 17km, trekking 15km and kayaking through Snowdonia National Par – an area which is home to some of the most rugged and challenging mountains in Britain, giving it its reputation as one of the best natural adventure play grounds in the U.K.

This is a challenging trek both mentally and physically with a long and gruelling day, testing your entire muscle range. You will enjoy stunning views of the National Park, and a fantastic sense of achievement when you complete the trek.The Accommodation: during the weekend you’ll stay at 5 star Trip Advisor rated, award winning holiday cottages that are both luxurious and friendly.

Your Activity Weekend in Wales

Departure & Return

Meet at LLanberis, Gwynedd, North Wales (Google Map)

Arrive in the evening on day 1 (Friday) – leave late in the late afternoon on day 2 (Saturday).

Price Includes

  • Qualified Cycling and Mountain Leaders, first aid trained leaders and crew support vehicle & driver
  • Bike and Canoe Hire
  • VHF Radio Backup
  • 1 night’s accommodation including breakfast (twin rooms sharing - single supplement £25pp)
  • 1 packed lunch

Price Excludes

  • Travel to and from the start/finish point
  • Evening Meal on day 1 on arrival.

This activity weekend is perfect for groups of friends, stags/hens, businesses and individuals

Groups of friends

A perfect escape for birthdays, reunions, celebrations or just a chance to catch up. 

Stag and Hens

Forget the planning and hassle. Escape on an exciting, unique and memorable weekend that everyone will enjoy. 

Solo Escapers

If you join one of our scheduled dates you’ll be not only discovering amazing places but also making friends. 



Escaping is great for your mind, body and business. Get in touch to discuss employee perks or team building.  


*Our activity weekend in Wales is also available on scheduled dates and for private group bookings. Please get in touch for more info.

Snowdon Activity Weekend - Itinerary

Day 1 (Friday)Arrival and briefing

Arrive early evening in Llanberis in the heart of Snowdonia. Arrive early evening in Llanberis the heart Snowdonia where you will overnight after receiving a full event briefing and the chance to meet your team of leaders and support crew. Pick up from Bangor train station on request when booking.

Day 2 (Saturday)Your challenge

We wake up early for breakfast before a final briefing and the start of our challenge, with Snowdon behind us we begin by cycling along quiet and undulating country roads following the shores of Llyn Padarn passing through the slate quarries of Snowdonia National Park, after 17km we arrive at Llyn Cwellyn our first check point of the day.

From here we swap our bikes for boots and begin the assent of Snowdon via the Snowdon Ranger Path which is thought to be the earliest of the six main routes to the summit. The climb to the summit is 7km and takes approximately 3hrs. Once on the summit of Snowdon we can hopefully enjoy the stunning views across Snowdon and our challenge route. We descend Snowdon via the Llanberis path which is the longest but most gradual path on Snowdon 8km approx. 3hrs.

We arrive back in Llanberis for the final leg of the challenge canoeing 4km along LLyn Padarn finally finishing at the lagoons, you will be greeted at the finish line with a well deserved celebratory glass of bubbly. Approx. total time 8-10h

Welsh Activity Weekend - Map

Plan your travel to/from here: LLanberis, Gwynedd, North Wales (Google Map)



Activity Weekend - Photos

Cornwall Activity Weekend - FAQ's

Do I need experience?

Yes – whilst this activity weekend is great for people of all skills and abilities it is a challenge and is only suitable for those with some experience. You will need to feel comfortable cycling for 16km, walking up a mountain and then canoeing (see fitness below for more details).

Who will be leading the group

We employ experienced and fully qualified Mountain and Cycle Leaders to accompany and lead you. They are First Aid trained and have extensive experience in leading in the mountains. They will be ultimately responsible for your safety during the challenge. They will be carrying full safety equipment and mountain first aid kits with them.

What level of fitness do I need?

Training and a good level of fitness is definitely required. As much preparation and training you put in beforehand the better chance of success you have.

A general overall fitness is a good start. The ideal training for the Snowdon Challenge is getting out there and actually training on your bike or in the hills walking. However, if you do not have the luxury of living in the hills or time to go out, then the stairs at home (or an office block of flats with lots of stairs) are a great place to start training.

Remember to use the walking boots that you will be walking in after the first month of training to get them worn in. If you have never cycled before, this ride is still achievable with the correct ride preparation.

Start at least 3 months ahead of the ride with some short distances at weekends and whenever you can during the week. 5-10miles is not a great distance and will help your bottom and legs get used to it all.

How can I get there?

Most people drive but you could get the train and bus. Follow the link below for details of how to get to Llanberis (your start point).


Can I book solo?


If you are joining a scheduled date then this escape is perfect for those who are joining on their own. During the first nights briefing and stay you will be with others so will have plenty of time to get to know everyone in the group. As you take part in the challenge you’ll quickly get to know, support and be supported by your fellow escapers.

PLEASE NOTE: There is a single room supplement of £25.00

Can groups book?

Yes – depending on the size of your group. We minimum size of groups to 8 people and a maximum of 40. This activity weekend is perfect for stags, hens, groups of friend, business groups – basically groups of all shapes and sizes.

If you would like to book a private trip then please get in touch via the enquiry form above (07802 503 387 or email) and we’d be happy to book you onto any available weekend.

Can I tailor this activity weekend?

No. This escape has been expertly crafted to allow you to get the best out of the experiences offered.

What shall I pack?

Lets start with the most important item: footwear
The choice of walking footwear is incredibly important and should not be decided on price alone. The terrain is uneven and can be very rough so it is vital that you use a pair of strong canvas or leather boots with good ankle support, not trekking trainers, for your challenge. Not only the boots but the socks that you wear are also very important and it is worth investing in some good pairs of socks that do not blister. Wearing your boots and socks during your training period on and off the hills will inform you of whether they are suitable for the challenge. Trainers are ideal for cycling.

Apart from that please pack the following:
Dry shoes (to wear when not adventuring)
Waterproof jacket
Warm clothes
Cool clothes (shorts?!)
Swimming stuff & towel
Change of clothes
Water bottle (1 litre)
Daysack/small rucksack
Sunscream (waterproof is best)

What about the weather?

The mountain weather in the U.K. can be very changeable, it can be Glorious sunshine down at the base but be wet and windy on the summit. It is not uncommon for it to change from clear blues skies to rain and fog in moments. It is important to follow the advice we give and carry the correct kit (please see kit list)

What happens if I fall ill, can’t keep up or there is an emergency?

The Mountain leaders well trained and experienced and managing situations on the hill should they need to get outside assistance for example ‘mountain rescue’ they all carry mobile phones and also radios for communication with the minibus drivers.
The Mountain Leader will always keep the group together for maximum safety on each peak and set a sensible pace for all to achieve this challenge. However if your struggling you must be honest with yourself and the leader remember the top of the mountain is only halfway!
The timing of breaks is quite liberal and there will be scheduled breaks for 5minutes, the exact times and places of your breaks will very much depend on the weather and the well-being of your group. When ascending and descending in order to maintain a healthy and steady pace.

What food and drinks are included?

At lunch time you will stop and have a light yet energy filled picnic. Breakfast will be at the hotel. Water and snacks will be provided throughout. Please let us know prior to departure if you have any specific dietary requirements or allergies.
General Wellbeing
Here are a few tips to remember while trekking.
• Hydration is important. Drink plenty of water
• Eat plenty to keep energy
• Trekking poles are a great way to support the knees and provide stability.
• Honesty, if you feeling unwell at any point please let someone know, we want to make sure everyone remains fit and healthy whilst trekking.

Can I wear glasses/contacts during the adventure?

Absolutely, although we recommend taking along a strap/piece of string to secure them to you.

What do you do to protect the environment?

We limit the impact we have on the surrounding environment by remaining on the paths at all times so as not to cause further erosion on the mountain. We will ensure that all rubbish is disposed of responsibly and take all rubbish away with us.