Posted on August 16, 2019


If you have anything to say, then your first port of call should be to ask at our Mud and Routes- Walk up Snowdon forum.

We regret that Walk up Snowdon staff cannot respond to specific route advice enquiries. But by all means do post in the above forum so that the advice can be of benefit to all. We’ll be monitoring the forum above and tweeting the questions on social media so you’ll have the benefit of other expert voices chipping in with excellent advice.

Walk up Snowdon do not provide Snowdon guided walks or holidays, and thus we regret that Walk up Snowdon staff cannot respond to such enquiries. But please do refer to our business directory for a list of current providers.

Any spam or “black-hat” SEO collaboration enquiries will be deleted.

Please do let us know if you find a mistake, or outdated information. We rely on our community to keep our vast data base current.

Please do keep any contact polite! Rude, abusive or stroppy messages will find themselves on the bottom of the to do list, or simply deleted. We look forward to hearing from you, team Walk up Snowdon.

We regret that we cannot respond to specific route advice enquiries. But by all means do post in the forums where we will endeavour to answer, or find someone who can on social media, so that the advice can be of benefit to all.

As we are part of the Mud and Routes network, please contact us via Mud and Routes. Remember to mention which website you’re contacting us about!


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5 thoughts on “Contact”

  1. Paul Chillingworth

    I am planning to walk up Snowdon soon with my daughter and found your site which looks very informative. On each walk page you have a link

    “Download GPX File for GPS”.

    A GPX file would be very useful, unfortunately your link brings up a page of XML code and does not download a file. Could you rectify this problem please? I am using an Android phone, I also tried the same thing on an Android tablet and a Mac.

    Well done for an excellent site

    Regards Paul

    1. Hi Paul,

      This is an issue with the server – you’ll need to right click in order to download. Not ideal i’m afraid, but we’re working on it! Something to do with mime types, apparently..

  2. Hi there

    Myself and friend are planning on walking up Snowden in 12 June 2016. We are novice mountain walkers and this is our first walk. I’m confused by which walk to do so wondered if you could advise

    I’m carrying a bit of weight but have no problem walking long distances (although my knees don’t always thank me) …. We dont want anything that requires ropes or ice picks … We both have good walking boots and clothing so hooping we will be ok with that and plenty of supplies

    Any help you can give us would be great thanks

  3. Philip Rounce

    Hi I would like to walk up Snowdon using the Llanberis path, my only issue is I am no to good with heights, I have done Pen Y Fan and found it OK, How close to the edge do you come when walking up? Thanks


  4. Hi Dave, I run a busy guest house in Betws-y-Coed (Aberconwy House and I have just come across your site. It is brilliant! Beautiful and informative and I have already put a link to it in next week’s blog all about adventures in Snowdonia.
    We get a lot of people coming to stay to walk the area and in particular the mountain, many are totally unaware of what it will mean to walk Snowdon and while you can do it totally without a guide I’m sure there are many that would love to have a guided walk on some of the less trodden paths. Do you offer any such mountain guiding or is there anyone that you would personally recommend.
    I plan to do a blog on Snowdon and I will definitely make a link to your site a priority. Yes, I’m impressed.

    Emma Charlton.

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