Guided Walks in Snowdonia


Snowdon may very well be the most popular Mountain in Britain and justifiably so with the wide range of ascents, the spectacular views and the chance to grab a well earned brew on the summit! We will discuss the route that best suits your aspirations, fitness levels and experience and then lead you to the highest point south of Scotland! Whether you want to visit the Gladstone Stone, admire the beauty of Llyn (Lake) Llydaw or face the very challenging exposure of the Crib Goch ridge, this wonderful mountain and Come walk with me can put together the package for you.

Snowdon guided Walking

Guided Walks Glyderrau

The Glyderau is undoubtedly one of the finest walking areas in Wales. Whether it’s a scramble on Tryfan or an exploration of the “Castle of the winds” and a descent down “The Devil’s Kitchen“, this whole area rewards the effort of ascending some of Wales’s tallest peaks. The area is heavily associated with Welsh mythology and is an area extremely popular with climbers. There truly is something for all levels of experience and ambition in this area.

Whilst the Carneddau may not have the immediate eye grabbing impact of the Glyders, they are serious hills with Dafydd and Llewelyn topping 1000m and Pen Yr Ole Wen being a fantastic rocky ascent with views back to Tryfan. These hills are often almost empty on days when other more popular mountains are jam packed and they demand serious respect. As with the Glyderau, there are many historical and mythological associations with this magnificent range. One of Come walk with me’s favourites!

Carneddau guided walking

Guided wild camping Holidays Snowdonia

Cnicht is another favourite of ours. It’s nicknamed “The Matterhorn of Wales” and is located in the wild Moelwyns range which is much quieter than some of the more well known peaks, it’s an excellent place to get “off the beaten track”. The area surrounding the peak contains many beautiful Llyns or lakes and plenty of old mine and quarrying works. This area is one of our favourite spots to do a wild camping expedition

Private Guiding service; From £110 per day or £65 for a half day (please contact for a precise quote)

Group walks; From £10pp (depending on group numbers)

To get an accurate idea of costs please fill in an enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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