Welsh 3000s Challenge

Spread over two days as an expedition, or compressed into a 24 hour challenge, the Welsh 3000s Challenge crosses the 15 Summits at an altitude of over 3000ft in Snowdonia.

During the 24 hour challenge, we wild camp before setting off from the highest and most touristy peak of North Wales, Snowdon, towards the barren wilderness of the Carneddau, via the daunting ridge of Crib Goch and the summits of the Glyderau and Tryfan.  This challenge is physically demanding, especially we are self-sufficient and carrying our wild camping kit, and so a good fitness level is essential.

Spreading the challenge out over 2 days in the form of the Welsh 3000s Expedition not only ensures that the summits are bagged at a more enjoyable pace but also allows for us to follow the slower but more scenic and interesting routes over some of the peaks. This is still a difficult task and not one to be taken lightly, especially as we will still be self-sufficient with a wild camp in between the days.

With transport, and optionally accommodation, arranged by Redpoint Adventure, you can rest assured that you are in good hands and can focus on enjoying your ascent of the Welsh 3000s Challenge.

 

Cost of the trip

Redpoint Adventure are currently offering this expedition at a reduced rate of £150.00 (Normally £200) running at various locations throughout 2015.

The current dates are shown below but if you would like us to run an expedition at a different time or with a large group, please email us (info@redpointadventure.co.uk) and we will always do our best to accommodate your request.

Welsh 3000s Challenge

Spread over two days as an expedition, or compressed into a 24 hour challenge, the Welsh 3000s Challenge crosses the 15 Summits at an altitude of over 3000ft in Snowdonia.

During the 24 hour challenge, we wild camp before setting off from the highest and most touristy peak of North Wales, Snowdon, towards the barren wilderness of the Carneddau, via the daunting ridge of Crib Goch and the summits of the Glyderau and Tryfan.  This version of the Welsh 3000s Challenge is physically demanding, especially we are self-sufficient and carrying our wild camping kit, and so a good fitness level is essential.

Spreading the challenge out over 2 days in the form of the Welsh 3000s Expedition not only ensures that the summits are bagged at a more enjoyable pace but also allows for us to follow the slower but more scenic and interesting routes over some of the peaks. This is still a difficult task and not one to be taken lightly, especially as we will still be self-sufficient with a wild camp in between the days.

With transport, and optionally accommodation, arranged by Redpoint Adventure, you can rest assured that you are in good hands and can focus on enjoying your ascent of the Welsh 3000s Challenge.