The Snowdonia National Park, although one of the most prettiest places on earth, can also be a very formidable foe. Whether you like climbing, walking, or maybe something a little bit more daring, we have chosen RAW Adventures to be your first port of call. Actually based at the foot of Snowdon in Nant Peris, Ross & Kate the proprietors of RAW Adventures & Climb Snowdon, eat, breath and sleep the Snowdonia Mountain Range, so I think it is safe to say, you couldn't be in safer hands when under the supervision of this trusted company. In the time I spent with Ross I really did feel very confident about endorsing his company, but it's not just I that feels confident, RAW Adventures had been recommended to me by other people also. They have a great and informative website, so what are you waiting for?
Raw Adventures & Climb Snowdon
We offer a professionally run leadership and planning service for individuals and groups wanting to climb Snowdon.
Whether you are a family looking for a unique guided ascent or a large group looking to climb Snowdon to raise money for charity, we can help with small and large scale planning and provide friendly, knowledgeable and qualified Mountain Leaders on the mountain to inform and guide you along the way. This includes assistance with those planning a ‘Three Peaks Challenge' event.
You will learn skills, increase confidence, improve chances of success and increase your level of satisfaction and enjoyment, knowing that elements of your planning and walking will be supported by experienced Leaders.
If this is the first time you have thought about climbing a mountain, let us help you in your planning process so your first experience is a positive one!
We can organise walking routes based on group logistics, travel, accommodation and other arrangements - but we will always factor in current weather conditions and group fitness into our final decision (so route choices may change on the day). We also offer Mountain Training's new courses Hill and Mountain Skills and the Lowland Leader Award, as well as support for Duke of Edinburgh Award participants working on their Expedition and Residential sections.