This event is now full but you can email events@nas.org.uk to be added to the waiting list.

Date: Sunday 14 August 2016
Registration Fee: £25 (for the trek) £65 (for the trek and including accommodation)
Your sponsorship target: £200

Please note that the minimum age for participants is 12 years.

About the Snowdon Challenge

Take on one of the 3 highest points in Britain and climb the highest peak in Wales, Snowdon. At a height of 1,085m Yr Wyddfa towers over its neighbours and affords us with stunning views over Snowdonia National Park as well as out to the sea towards the Isle of Man and Ireland. A beautiful and challenging discovery of Snowdonia's highest peak. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to join us on Sunday 14th August 2016 to hike to the top of Snowdon.

After our successful Ben Nevis Challenge that was inspired by Lochlan Carr, 15, who has Asperger syndrome, we have decided to set up our next bespoke challenge, Snowdon. This is based around the ‘Three Peaks’ challenge, where we trek up a mountain a year. Join us for a great day out and help us to make a real difference to people living with autism.

For more information on taking part and ask questions, please get in touch:

Support you'll get

  • Guaranteed entry into The National Autistic Society organised Snowdon Challenge
  • Guided walk from a qualified mountain leader guide
  • Participant t-shirt
  • Training and fundraising support right up to the event
  • Certificate of completion