About Mount Snowdon
At 1,085 metres above sea level, Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales and the highest point in the British Isles outside the Scottish Highlands. The rocks that formed Snowdon were produced by volcanoes over 400 million years ago and the mountain now sees over 350,000 walkers reaching its summit every year. The mountain was even used by Edmund Hillary in training for the 1953 ascent of Mount Everest.
We aim to take the Llanberis Path Route up Snowdon
Distance: 8 miles (there and back)
Total Climb: 723m (2,372 ft)
Time: average 6-8 hours (Ascent and Descent)
Why Walk For A Day
Through your charity and individual sponsorships, we aim to raise funds for our Feeding and emergency programmes, that will help provide poor families with food in Gaza, Yemen, Syria, Pakistan, and East Africa.
What you must do…
- Say Bismillah.
- Pay your registration Fee £25
- Start fundraising. (Once you have registered you are committed to raising a minimum of £250.)
- Connect with ISRA-UK via Facebook and Twitter to stay informed about the walk and any other ISRA-UK activities.
We will travel to the area by coach or minibus and will be leaving from ISRA-UK office, which is based at 354-356 Stratford Road, Birmingham, B11 4AA.
Travel is approximately 3 hrs each way.
We will meet at 5.45am for registration and depart from Birmingham at 6.15am. That means arrival at Llanberis around 9.15am. Back to Birmingham around 9 pm inshallah.