Snowdonia is famous for it’s mountain walking, and in particularly Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) itself which at 1085m is the highest mountain in England and Wales. Snowdon sees around half a million visitors each year, making it one of the busiest mountains in the world, but it is surrounded by other mountains that are equally beautiful and quite a bit quieter!

The Snowdonia range (Eryri) has 15 summits over 3000ft (914m) including Snowdon, and each of these is a great day out, but many can be combined to give a fun day over multiple summits. Some of the peaks are also pretty famous, such as Tryfan and the Glyders (Glyderau) but there are many that are less well known, and many also that sit just below the 3000ft mark too.

With a mountain guide you can discover some of the more remote and less visited areas of Snowdonia with someone who knows the hills intimately, or maybe you would like to push your comfort zone into some mountain scrambling, or learn new skills such as navigation and mountain safety.