Duration: 1-5 days
Price point: Mid-range
Mountain adventure experiences in the heart of Snowdonia's National Park.
Rock climbing, sky running, trail running, scrambling and more
Get a sense of achievement by learning something new or trying a new experience in the outdoors
Tackle Snowdonia's mighty peaks and iconic ridges
Highly experienced trail leaders with Mountain Training Association and British Athletics qualifications, and a passion for the mountains
Enjoy breathtaking mountain ranges and sea views
Unforgettable adventures amongst the most scenic and beautiful parts of Snowdonia National Park. With a selection of forest tracks, slate mines, mountain tops, Llyns (lakes), ridges, and terrain that can include scrambling (sky running) there is something for everyone. Routes are picked to cater for runners aspirations, skill levels and prevailing weather conditions.
With an in-depth knowledge of the history, geology and nature achieved from years of exploring and working in the local area, the guides offer insights into all aspects of the mountain environment that Snowdonia is famous for.
For the more adventurous, Skyrunning encompasses trail running in the mountains but includes using your hands and feet to scramble up ridges and ribs in breathtaking settings. It's an opportunity to discover parts of Snowdonia rarely seen.
At a glance
Location: North Wales: Llanberis
Group sizes: 2-10 people
Trip type: Small group trips. Customised private trips also possible.
Season: All year round
Grading/difficulty: Running experience and a good level of fitness is essential
Getting there: Train or car
Pick-ups: Can be arranged
Age restrictions: Adults only
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Sustainability and values
This adventure supplier is passionate about the environment. Their experiences have a minimal impact on the local environment through best practice and education of the impact individuals and groups can have on the mountains. They do not advocate the use of single use plastics and have partnered with a carbon offsetting scheme. They only employ local guides, when required, with any purchases through local businesses.
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"Step, run, climb outside your comfort zone "
Owner Dean has been an active climber, mountaineer, trail runner, trekker and biker for over 15 years. "It is the many years of experience and continued enthusiasm that make your adventures happen."
Sky & Trail Running amongst Snowdonia's mountain giants
Mountain adventures in Snowdonia
Tackle iconic ridges such as Tryfan or Crib Goch
Led by highly experienced trail runners with an in-depth knowledge of the local mountains
Learn about local mountain legends such as the whereabouts of King Arthurs Excalibur
Visit the training ground for Edmund Hillary's team who were the first team to successfully summit Everest
Pete's Eats has long been part of climbing folklore and what better place to start than with a cup of tea to meet your guide and discuss the days route. Choose a route depending on your aspirations and skill level, the prevailing weather conditions and in depth local knowledge.
After transfers to the start begin with a warm up before hitting up the fabulous trails within the Snowdonia National Park. There is a wealth of terrain to choose from including forests tracks, slate mines, mountain tops, Llyns (lakes), ridges, and terrain that can include scrambling (sky running) so something for every ability.
There will be plenty of chance to talk about the local environment, history, plants, animals and legends of king Arthur and the hiding place of excalibur.
This tours runs on a group basis from March to September.
All tours: £160
Please select the September departure in the calendar to enquire.
The carbon impact of this trip is
27.4 kg CO2e per person
The above calculation shows the approximate amount of carbon that will be emitted by taking this trip (this does not include meals or getting to the destination). Details of how this figure is calculated can be found on our
Carbon Emissions page.
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