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Snowdonia Slate Trail

Tue 28th Sep - Sat 2nd Oct 2021

Walk Details:

Event Type
Challenge Event
Region / Area
Wales / Snowdonia
Distance / Time Limit
83ml. 5 days
Start Time
8am (to finish by 5pm)
Route
Porth Penrhyn, Bangor, North Wales, LL57 4HW

83 miles (134km) over 5 days. From our starting point on the coast at Bangor to Llanberis, Beddgelert, Llan Ffestiniog, Betws-y-Coed and finally to our finish in Bethesda this 83 mile / 134 km trail will showcase some of the most special areas of the national park. Eryri (Snowdonia) boasts a diverse landscape of mountains, forests and rivers that we at Breese Adventures want to help you explore and our walk through Welsh slate history will take you back in time to some of the less-frequented, but beautiful parts of Snowdonia

General Notes
This challenge is a test of physical and mental endurance and you must be comfortable walking long back-to-back days over varied terrain. Days will range from 8-10 hours with over 1000m of ascent on some of them.You must be aged 18+. Sorry, but no dogs are allowed on this event
Contact
Breese Adventures Tel: 07525 625375
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Entry Details:

Cost
£595 please see event website for full details

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