Snowdonia is the perfect place to find yourself off the beaten track. There’s nothing better than finding your way up the steeper parts of a mountain by using your hands and feet. Depending on your ability and difficulty of the scramble this will sometimes be done with a rope and other times without. Either way you will be guaranteed not to see many people on your ascent.
You’ll see the mountains in a completely different way even if you have been to Snowdonia hundreds of times before and been to the top of every mountain. Scrambling can be immensely enjoyable, rewarding and can even improve your confidence and skills as a mountain walker, it may even persuade you to have a go at some rock climbing.
All you need do is turn up with your walking gear and we’ll supply all the technical stuff. Here are some examples of the scrambles you may climb during your visit: Y Gribin (Snowdon), Crib Goch (Snowdon), Snowdon Horseshoe, Cneifion Arete (Glyderau), Dolmen Ridge (Glyder Fach), The Chasm Face (Glyder Fach), Crib Lem (Carnedd Dafydd), Llechog Buttress (Snowdon), Bilberry Terrace (Lliwedd).