Thank you to everyone who took on Snowdonia for Science 2021.

Together, we raised over £26,000 to support our life-changing research into new treatments for prostate cancer. We are so proud of everyone who took part and so grateful for their support.

Next year, Snowdonia for Science will take place over the weekend of June 18th 2022! Pencil this in to your diaries and keep an eye on this page for updates and information…

Take on the Virtual Snowdon Climb!

Complete the ascent of the great mountain at home, in your local area or at the gym. That's the height of 1085 metres - 361 flights of stairs!

Completing the height of the tallest summit in Wales, this challenge will truly test your endurance and commitment. All the money you raise will go towards funding our life-changing research into new treatments for prostate cancer.

Register for the challenge!

Pay a £10 registration fee.


You’ll receive a PCR t-shirt to complete your challenge in, a special poster to track your steps and a snack to keep you energised.

Register now!

Set up your fundraising page

Set your own target - we recommend £250.


Set up your fundraising page by on JustGiving and share with your friends and family to let them know you’re taking on the climb.

Set up your JustGiving page

Start your challenge!

Complete it at your own pace and at any time.


Climb the height of 1085 metres/361 stairs at home in your local area.

Get your special medal.

You've done it!


Let us know when you’ve completed your challenge and you’ll receive your thank you letter and special PCR medal.

More than 47,500 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year, and of these men 12,000 will die from the disease. Each of these men are someone’s grandfather, father, brother and son. We urgently need to develop breakthrough treatments for advanced prostate cancer, as this is when it becomes incurable and life-limiting. Research is the only way we can turn this hope into reality.

By fundraising for us, you are helping us to get one step closer to a world where people are free from the impact of prostate cancer.

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