Climb the highest mountain in Wales, our most famous recognisable landmark is well worth a visit.
Lace up your boots, grab your head torch and start your day at the highest mountain in Wales.
Unspoilt haven for walkers. It’s known for its secret beaches, ancient sites and local food.
Walk in the footsteps of the slate Mine workers across the Welsh Mountains to the old slate mines.
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12.5k | 1,001m | 2 x Peaks
Summit the 5th highest mountain in Wales via Devil’s Kitchen.
6km | 917m | 1 x peak
Move from path to steeper ground on this classic Grade one route.
11km | 902m | 2 x peaks
A ridge traverse with a light scrambling a stunning views.
12km | 770m | 2 x peaks
Explore the old Welsh Slate Quarry’s and Snowdonia Slate Trail.
52km | 4000m | 15 peaks
The ultimate hiking challenge split over three days.
12km | 1085m | 4 x peaks
An epic ridge scramble over the highest cliff in Wales.
15km | 1100m | 4 x peaks
Traverse the high peaks of the Carneddau with some scrambling.
The ultimate hiking challenge of 15 x peaks, a 52km traverse and a 4000m ascent.
Traversing along rocky ridges, summiting one of the highest peaks in Wales.