Snowdonia’s 14 peaks guided climb in Wales

Conquer the heights of Snowdonia as Richard, MIC-certified, guides you along the Welsh national park to all 14 peaks in 3 days. Experience the stunning panoramas overlooking these ancient lands.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

3 days

Mountain Range

Snowdon Massif

People per Guide

Trip Level

Intermediate

Offer Period

May

Type of Trip

Not specified

Highlights

 
     

    Master the Welsh mountains as I guide you to all 14 peaks in Snowdonia that reach over 900 meters (3,000ft). Look no further for your next mountain adventure, and witness breathtaking vistas.

    The mystical mountain range is scattered with myths and legends, including King Arthur’s heroic battle with a giant who was then buried atop the summit of Snowdon, that reaches 1,085 meters (3,560ft).

    Snowdonia is also home to many rare plants and animals, including feral goats, otters, ravens and ospreys.

    Discover the excellent scrambling on Tryfan’s North Ridge, one of Britain’s most famous peaks. As well as Bristly Ridge and Crib Goch, the knife-edged arête that is a challenging section of the route.

    Other summits on our 3-day hike include Y Garn (947m; 3,107ft) and Elidir Fawr (924m; 3,031ft), both on the Glyderau. With Snowdon to its south and Carneddau to its north, both of which we will scale, the Glyderau offers one of the best panoramas of the whole of Snowdonia.

    Over our 3-day challenge across the mountain ranges, we will return to the valley each day.

    Due to the amount of activity involved, hiking and scrambling, it is necessary to have a good level of fitness before beginning the trip.

    Reserve your place now and reach the peak experience of the Welsh mountains, which are packed with ancient myths and legends. 

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    Price per person

     
    Group of 1
    200 GBP

     

    Price includes

     
    • Guiding fee
     This is the price to join a Group Tour. Accommodation is not included.
     

    Other details

     
    Skill level required

    Intermediate

    Fitness level required

    Fit

     

    About the Guide

     
     

    I hold a Mountaineering Instructor Certificate (MIC). I am fully qualified to guide and instruct all aspects of mountaineering and climbing in the UK throughout the year. Also, I am a full member of the Mountain Training Association (MTA) and the Association of Mountaineering Instructors (AMI).

    I love climbing and this passion has taken me all over the world, even to the summit of Mount Everest. I have also climbed in the Andes, as well as in the Alps, Norway and Canada. I reached the summit of Mount Everest on May 2001, as a member of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service Everest North Ridge expedition.

    I first started mountaineering in Scotland with the RAF Mountain Rescue Service, over 20 years ago. Since then, I haven't stopped climbing and exploring new mountains in the UK and abroad. I have been a RAF Mountain Rescue Team Leader and also the Chief Instructor for 5 years. I have also climbed all the Munros, the Scottish peaks above 3000 feet.

    I love climbing around North Wales and the rest of the UK. We have so many amazing climbing and scrambling spots to discover in this area! I enjoy taking my clients there for rock climbing, scrambling and mountain skills courses or for a guided day out.

    We can set up a program according to your level and wishes. Contact me and we can start planning your next mountain adventure right away!

     
     


     

     

    What People are Saying about Richard Bale

     

    We enjoyed every bit of the hike. Emma was such a lovely guide. It was a great overall experience.
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    Beatriz Gutierrez
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    Lisa Willsher
    Amazing day climbing Crib Goch with Rusty our guide. Full of knowledge and very experienced. Highly recommended
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    Matthew Bond
    What a top day on The North Ridge of Tryfan. Could not have done it without fabulous guiding from Richard (Rusty) Bale. Highly recommend this scrambling day.
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    Brian Dune
     

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