Snowdon  10 or 11 August 2019
  £250 sponsorship target   £30 registration fee


There are a limited number of places on Saturday 10 August.

About 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 if you should accept, is to join us on Saturday 10 or Sunday 11 August 2019 to hike to the top of Snowdon.

The minimum age to take part in the Snowdon event is 12 years old. Those who are under 18 will need a consent form signed by a parent or guardian, and ID will be required.

Looking for inspiration? Autistic adventurer James has already conquered Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis. He is taking on the mighty Mount Snowdon with Team Autism this August. Read the full story of James' experiences and how trekking has helped him.

Read James' story

Charity place application

  1. Complete the online form
  2. Make your payment (including reviewing your contact details)
  3. Set up your JustGiving page

Check back soon for 2020 Snowdon places.

Support you'll receive

Included in your entry:

  • guaranteed entry into the Snowdon Challenge, organised by the National Autistic Society
  • guided walk from a qualified Mountain Leader Guide
  • participant t-shirt
  • training and fundraising support right up to the event
  • Certificate of completion.

Helpful information 

Information pack (download our PDF)

Fundraising guide

Trekking training guide  

For more information or any questions you may have, email or call our Supporter Care Team on 0808 800 1050.