Snowdonia for Science 2020 is postponed due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. We are not taking registrations, at the moment, whilst we work towards a new date. If you would like to be notified when we re-open registrations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This is our second new route for 2020 and is for those who are looking to take their challenge further, try something new and get out of their comfort zone. The multi-peakers will take on 4 peaks in the Snowdon Massif showing you the great sights of North Snowdonia before approaching the top of Yr Wyddfa itself.
You can choose to take on the multi-peak route in either one or two days. The two day route will split after the fourth peak, and you will join the Snowdon Climb participants on Sunday to complete the final and highest peak, Snowdon.
This event is the toughest of our three options and replaces our Welsh 3 Peaks challenge from previous years.
Each participant is required to pay an entry fee of £45 and we ask that you set yourself a minimum target of £250 to support vital prostate cancer research.
Every participant receives a t-shirt, snacks, water, route maps along with the support of designated safety marshals. Transport is provided to the start of each challenge. On top of that, you receive training and fundraising support from our events team.
This route will take you from our event base at Royal Victoria Hotel through the outskirts of Llanberis itself and quickly up into the surrounding mountain tops.