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Snowdonia (central)

Snowdonia is a very popular area for walkers and scramblers - the mountains are high and rocky consisting of sharp aretes and deep, glacially scoured Cwms. Popular routes in the area mostly involve easy scrambling such as the famed Snowdon Horseshoe which neccecitates the airy crossing of Crib Goch, and the rocky prow of Tryfan is a scrambler's paradise. Other hills are great for easy walking as there are good paths to the top of most summits - the Carneddau offer superb high level ridge walking with views to the Isle of Man and the Mersey on clear days. Snowdon will always be a popular peak and there are numerous ways up it, you can even catch the train. Other smaller and often less frequented peaks should not be overlooked such as the Moelyns, the Nantle ridge, and the Rhinogs amongst others. A visit to the accllaimed Pete's Eats after a hard days hiking for a mammoth cooked breakfast (or just to dry off after getting p*ss-wet through) is always a tempting possibility.

Upcoming trips

There are current no upcoming trips to Snowdonia (central) planned. Come along to our next Planning Meeting in the last week of term to suggest it as a location for next term!

Previous Trips

 Friday 01 to Sunday 03 June, 2018
      Photos from the trip


We currently don't have any routes on file for Snowdonia (central). Send us an email or pop into foyer if you'd like to contribute a route!