Snowdon Night Trek
Recovery is an empowering journey but can feel like climbing a mountain at times. Why not take on this unique night trek next summer to ensure that fewer families face an eating disorder alone.
What is the Snowdon Night Trek?
The Snowdon night trek offers a fresh twist on a classic challenge loved and admired by all. You will be climbing Wales’ highest mountain at night, following the Llanberis track 3,560 ft to the mystical summit with incredible views of the stars.
As night falls, turn on your head-torches and enjoy Snowdon at its quietest
and be in utter awe of this magical mountain by moonlight. On your walk down, watch the glow of the sunrise appear across the stunning mountain range.
How can I take part?
Pay just £49 to register and raise £280 for Beat before you take on your challenge.
You can set up a Just Giving page to get started here. And you'll receive a fundraising pack and t-shirt from Beat too! Full support and hospitality from our event organisers Global Adventure Challenges will be provided, leaving you to focus on your challenge.
Questions? You can contact Emily or Lara via our fundraising email for help.
Why else should I take part?
- It’s a weekend challenge – perfect for those with limited time
- The summit is the highest peak in Wales and one of the UK’s “Three Peaks”
- A delicious hot breakfast to start the day off in the right way!
- An events team that will support and motivate each and everyone of you throughout the challenge
- A welcome pack full of supporting information such as kit list, trekking tips and training schedules
- Your support will mean we can work to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorder
Health and Wellbeing
This is a tough physical challenge. We strongly suggest that you consult your doctor/clinician before taking part in an event if you have a current medical condition. If you have personal experience of an eating disorder we also strongly suggest that you have been out of treatment for at least 18 months and please read our fundraising guidelines.