Saturday 18th June 2022

Take on Snowdonia for Science and go on a great adventure to support Prostate Cancer Research!

Set in the stunning Snowdonia National Park, Snowdonia for Science offers three marshalled walking routes with varying levels of difficulty. We want you to explore the great outdoors with us this Summer to help us create a world where patients and their families are free from the impact of prostate cancer.

Raised over £1,000,000 since 2008

CHOOSE BETWEEN THREE CHALLENGES

Snowdonia for Science brings you a selection of walking routes with varying levels of difficulty.

Multi Peak Climb – Explore four peaks in the Snowdon Massif before reaching the famous Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) itself.

Snowdon Climb – Enjoy our peaceful route to the summit of Yr Wyddfa.

The Beast – Our toughest route for experienced walkers, covering 18 miles and 2350 metres of ascent.

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Raised over £1,000,000 since 2008
Celebrating 14 years of Snowdon events

PICK ONE OF OUR REGISTRATION OPTIONS

We are providing two registration options to allow for flexible fundraising.

A charity place offers a reduced entry fee but requires you to raise a minimum of £350.

A self-funded place covers your entry fee and means you can get your own fundraising target.

Charity place prices:

  • Snowdon Climb & Multi Peak – £30
  • The Beast – £49

Self-funded place prices:

  • Snowdon Climb & Multi Peak – £79
  • The Beast – £99

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Celebrating 14 years of Snowdon events
Supporting 14 incredible projects developing new treatments

ALL PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE:

  • A PCR t-shirt and buff
  • A finisher medal
  • Discounted rooms at the Royal Victoria Hotel*
  • Fully marshalled routes, maps and route descriptions
  • Free snacks and water
  • Option to attend our dinner buffet at the Royal Victoria (£15 per person)
  • An event pack, kit list and training guide tailored to your chosen route
  • One-to-one fundraising support from our Events Team
  • Access to our Snowdonia for Science 2022 Facebook Group

*Subject to availability

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Supporting 14 incredible projects developing new treatments

Prostate cancer is the most-commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK and over 12,000 men are diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer every year. Yet current treatments are harmful and can become ineffective, meaning men’s lives are needlessly being lost. We urgently need to develop breakthrough treatments for advanced prostate cancer and research is the only way to do this. With your support at Snowdonia for Science, we can continue funding the research that will saves the lives of men and create a better future for anyone affected by the disease.

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