Expedition North Wales

This is a tried and tested expedition in North Wales and takes in some fine scenery, the best of the quiet walking routes and includes a night in a bothy and a night wild camping at Andy’s favourite wild campsite in the North.

We’ll meet at Moel Siabod Cafe in Capel Curig where we can leave the vehicles for a small fee. We’ll then walk into the Carneddau via a wonderful reservoir walk and have a night in a bothy.

Day two is the ascent of the 2nd highest mountain in Snowdonia and a great ridge walk that takes in both Carnedd Dafydd and Carnedd Llewellyn, before descending to Bethesda for some cafe food and then onto the wild campsite.

Day three can be either a valley walk or a ridge walk, we’ll see how we all feel and what the weather is doing 🙂 Either way high or low we are heading back to the start point with a great weekend of walking under our belts.

Some camp kit is available for hire from Andy. It is advisable to purchase your own though but do consult with Andy as he has lots of experience and gives great advice. Backpacking training, camp craft and mountain navigation are all things Andy will be teaching, if wanted, over the course of this long weekend.

We will be walking in North Wales a few days prior to this expedition so do consider joining us for some additional days on the hill. Wednesday will be an ascent of Cadair Idris and Thursday sees us Climb Snowdon by a lesser walked route.

Join Andy for a day long walk or for for five days of wonderful walking in North Wales 🙂 

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Hourly Schedule

Friday

1pm - Late
Reservoir Walking
Walk to the bothy!

Saturday

8am - Late
Mountain Walking
The Carneddau and wild camp

Sunday

8am - 4pm
Valley walking
The Ogwen Valley and home

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Snowdonia Expedition £135

Weekend backpacking and wild camping in North Wales

Available Tickets: 9
The Snowdonia Expedition ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.

Date

07 05 21 - 09 05 21

Time

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Cost

£135.00
Moel Siabod Cafe

Location

Moel Siabod Cafe
Moel Siabod Cafe, Betws-Y-Coed, A5, Capel Curig, Betws-y-Coed, UK
Website
https://walkwales.info/moel-siabod-232b9
Andrew

Organizer

Andrew
Phone
07830381930
Email
welshlamb@me.com

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Kathryn Peters
Kathryn Peters
20:08 27 Nov 19
Have been out on a couple of guided walks and have booked as many more as I can fit into busy weekends. Thoroughly... enjoyed myself as someone new to walking in a group. My friends and family aren't that interested so it's great to join a friendly group with knowledgeable and experienced guides. For those who may worried about not being able to keep up, like I was, choose one of the events listed as 'doable by most' no need to be concerned. The Amazing 8 Waterfalls was spectacular after heavy rain.read more
Peter John
Peter John
15:45 27 Nov 19
Had a great day visiting the waterfalls in Wales. Met awesome people and Andy is a good leader knowledgeable and... humorous. You cannot afford to miss time out with this guy and the group his reputation draws.read more
Kate Barber
Kate Barber
15:09 27 Nov 19
Really great walks with lovely people, lead by experienced and knowledgeable mountain leaders. A great way to... experience Wales, Scotland and Tenerife!read more
Nicola Stone
Nicola Stone
15:06 27 Nov 19
I’ve attended a few walks with the group and always had an fantastic time!! The walks are challenging but manageable... and I have always felt really well supported. Added bonus of spending the day with an amazing group of people as well!read more
Debbie Rosser
Debbie Rosser
15:04 27 Nov 19
I went on the amazing 8 waterfalls walk in June. Lovely group of people and Andy was friendly and knowledgeable.... Although I live fairly locally and had walked the first part a few times, it was really interesting to see places I hadn't been before. A few places were narrow and steep but everyone managed it, even if one or two of us went downhill on our bums (intentionally) in a couple of places. I would thoroughly recommend joining one of these walks if you want to walk with like-minded people. I hope to do one of the Pen y fan walks in the future.read more
Kelly Challis
Kelly Challis
13:23 27 Nov 19
I attended the waterfalls guided walk on a rainy day in October with my friends from my local running club. From the... minute we finished the briefing it was clear that Andy and his colleagues knew the area inside out and were enthusiastic about being out in the forests and Welsh country side. Andy was knowledgeable about the area but also about the environment in general and the importance of rewilding. The waterfalls were stunning and the route a manageable challenge. The day exceeded my expectations and will be returning with my daughters in the spring or summer.read more
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