Do you have what it takes to tackle Mount Snowdon?

We're appealing for supporters to take on Snowdon this September in the hope of hitting new fundraising peaks.

By News Team on July 13, 2021

The nine-mile trek up the highest mountain in Wales will take place on Saturday 18th September and we’re hoping as many people as possible will join us.

This is the second time we’ve run the Snowdon Challenge and we’re really excited to be running this again. Our supporters really do go the extra mile for the hospice and we’re hoping that businesses, colleagues, friendship groups, or fitness loving individuals will take on the challenge this September. Money raised from our challenges is vital to the hospice, a supporter raising £300 could fund three two-hour specialist rehabilitation sessions to help a patient maximise their mobility. Climbing Snowdon is a fantastic way to create life-long memories whilst making a huge difference to St Ann’s. Sam O'Reilly, Events Fundraiser
Snowdon is such a beautiful, iconic mountain. The views are unbelievable and even on a cloudy day you would be surprised at how breath taking it is. It’s a tough old walk but 100% worth the challenge. Taking on Snowdon for St Ann’s Hospice is such a great way to raise vital funds, getting to know your fellow walkers, supporting and encouraging each other – all whilst in such beautiful surroundings. Lucy Leeming, Fundraising Manager

Those signing up to take part in the challenge will be accompanied on the day by experts from Snowdonia outdoors company, Original Outdoors, who are providing experienced mountain leaders and medics for the challenge. Supporters will also receive a Fundraising Guide to help supporters raise as much as possible while having fun.

Do you think you could take on this challenge?

Registration to the event costs £30 and to sign up click the link below or for more information email or call 0161 498 3631.

Sign up here