Sunday 18th August 2019
Snowdonia: Snowdon, Snowdonia, Snowdonia, United Kingdom
Kick start your fitness journey, discover the delights of the Snowdon and walk to change the lives of people adults and children with disabilities, all in one day.
On 18th August, challenge yourself – and your friends and family – to walk 9 miles up the beautiful Mount Snowdon. You’ll join thousands of others in discovering the famous and iconic sights of Snowdon.
There is no minimum sponsorship to take part, but a good target is £10 per mile. As well as stepping towards a healthier you, you’ll be helping us move towards a better future for Adults and Children with disabilities.
Registration fee: £20 This will include a T shirt
We will be leaving Burslem Lodge in Stoke on Trent Via Coach at a cost of £10 pp at 8am with aim of being able to start the walk up Snowdon at 10.30am. You are welcome to join us on the coach but your space needs to be booked on 1st July or meet us there by car. We will be letting evryone know where the coach is parking.
No minimum sponsorship requirement. We would suggest a target of £90, but please raise as much as you can for us
You must be aged 18 or over to register. Children are welcome to join for free, in with a parent or guardian but can’t formally register.
On the day, you’ll receive one of our T-shirts
We hope you can join us on the challenge this year.
If you have any questions about the event or need any support with your fundraising, we’ll be happy to help. You can call us on 01782 249703 or email us at email@example.com
We will be leaving Burslem lodge via coach at 8 am. For those of you travelling by car and meeting us there please ask for details of where we will be parking.
We hope to start out climb up Snowdon by 10.30 and will go up in groups of 10. We will have first aiders within each group.
We will all meet at the top and then head down we hope to all be at the top by 2.30 pm and then bacn down to the bottom for 18.30 we will then head back to Burslem lodge and get back for approximetly 20.30.
All times on the schedule are guessing and are all dependent of fitness weather etc.
What to bring and wear:
During your walk up Snowdon you’ll need plenty of food and water. Chocolate gives a good quick energy boost, but a proper packed lunch with fruit provides a more balanced nutrition. In hot weather, excessive sweating may mean you need to replace salt, with a good isotonic drink helping you replace this.
You’ll need to take at least 2 litres of water to be safe, definitely more if it’s exceptionally hot. Water or diluted fruit juice are good to keep your thirst quenched and contain natural fruit sugars, unlike many fizzy drinks. In cooler weather, a flask is always welcome at lunch stops.
Helping Angels Charitable Association
Burslem Lodge, Stoke on Trent
Phone: 07890591842 x07890591842