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Snowdonia Charity Challenge

Challenge level: 2 out of 5

When can I go?

9 June 2018 On Sale
Duration 1 day

What does it cost?

Registration fee (payable today) Info £195
Remaining amount
Total commitment Info

Snowdonia Charity Challenge

Are you ready to take on Wales’ highest mountain?

Snowdonia Charity Challenge isn’t your usual team activity. Testing spirit, strength and stamina, this amazing adventure gets you up from your desks and onto your bikes to discover the stunning Snowdonia National Park.

Cycle 40 miles, climb Wales’ highest mountain and canoe Lake Gwynant in teams of four. Start at sunrise and finish by sunset.

Train together. Win together. Give together.

Best of all, the funds you raise go towards Regain - Supporting Sports Tetraplegics, the only charitable organisation dedicated to improving the lives of people who have become tetraplegic in a sporting accident. One minute these individuals are fit, active and healthy, the next they are paralysed and in need of support for the rest of their lives. This fantastic charity helps people regain their independence.

Invaluable cause. Breath-taking views. Game-changing experience. Have you got what it takes to take on Snowdonia? Book your team challenge now!

Your itinerary

8th June | Evening Briefing
Compulsory Evening Briefing

Registration and event briefing. Our event begins with registration on Friday afternoon from 4pm, followed by a compulsory safety and event briefing at 8pm, where the challenge will be explained in full, and you have the chance to ask questions and meet other teams.

Challenge Day
Ready, set, Race!

The challenge begins with a stunning (but steep) 20-mile cycle, followed by an ascent of Snowdon on the Rhyd Ddu path. After a beautiful cycle to the shores of Llyn Gwynant for a brisk canoe, teams finally jump back on their bikes for a gruelling climb up Pen y Pass, followed by a hair-raising descent down to the finish line at Llanberis.

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Funding options

Sponsorship

The more money raised by participants on the challenge, the higher the percentage of funds that directly support the work of Regain.

£1,600

Minimum sponsorship target

  • Pay a non-refundable registration fee per team of four (not per person) when you sign up for the challenge.
  • Raise a minimum amount (per team) for Regain.
  • In order to be confirmed on the challenge your team must have a third of the funds in by 30 April 2018.
  • The remaining money should be paid in by 9 July 2018.
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FAQs
Snowdonia Charity Challenge

We provide full event support, including fundraising advice and sponsor forms, route cards and equipment lists. We also provide qualified event marshals, first aid support, certificates, medals, trophies for winning teams, t-shirts and post event refreshments.

The Snowdonia Charity Challenge is an exciting action event. It is achievable by people with a reasonable level of fitness, who are prepared to put in plenty of training beforehand. The more you train, the more you will enjoy the challenge. It is a great incentive to train and get fit for, whilst at the same time knowing you are raising funds for an excellent cause.

The majority of the 40 miles cycling is on road. There is one off road section, which is an old coach road. The old coach road is a stone-strewn rough track, which goes on for approx 2.5 miles and is steep

Your equipment for climbing Snowdon is transported to the mountain check in point so it is waiting for you when you finish the first cycle leg. It is then transported back to the finish line once the final team leaves the mountain check in base.

We would recommend a hybrid bike for the challenge. We have however had teams take part on road bikes before who have carried them on some parts of the 2.5 mile off road section. A mountain bike would of course be fine too.

Canoe experience is not necessary for this challenge. Your team of four will use two Canadian style canoes, which are tied together to form a raft. The canoes, paddles and buoyancy aids are provided.

It is essential that you come prepared with the correct equipment for the challenge. A cycling helmet is essential and we insist that you have walking boots or fell running shoes for the hiking element of the challenge. Trainers are not allowed. You must also have a map, compass and appropriate waterproof clothing.

Don't worry if you haven't confirmed your team of four people yet, you can register now to secure your place and then send us details of your other team members as soon as they are confirmed.

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