Scrambling in Snowdonia. Graded CHALLENGING




800m +


2 days


10 Day Forecast


Scrambling and summiting Wale’s highest and Wale’s finest

Day 1 we spend scrambling amongst Snowdonia’s beauty, using our entire body to explore the nature which surrounds us. Possibilities include Tryfan / Crib Goch / LLiwedd / Bristly Ridge… This is bound to challenge both your body and your mind.

Confirmed July – Tryfan. Also find the day trip in “Mighty Meaty Tryfan”

Day 2 we see an early sunrise heading for Snowdon’s summit. There really is no better way to see it!

Our scrambling trips are Grade I scrambles which means they are suitable for beginners. As with all scrambling trips there will be some exposure to heights so bring some clean underwear just in case! 😉

Date Start
7 August, 2021
Date End
8 August, 2021
2 days
Price (exc. accommodation)
Price (inc. accommodation)
Date Start
24 July, 2021
Date End
25 July, 2021
2 days
Price (exc. accommodation)
Price (inc. accommodation)
Extra information
What's included?

Under the leadership of a fully qualified mountain leader and mental health professional, you will challenge yourself and immerse yourself in the beauty of spectacular environments.

Our leaders are there to inspire, teach you about the environment, and support you through the challenge whilst ensuring the group has a day to remember.

We include wellness activities into all of our wellness trips so be prepared to challenge and grow your mind as well as your body

We offer free navigation training and are keen to pass skills onto budding mountaineers so feel free to bring a map and compass and we will teach you what we know

We operate a leave no trace policy so please come along and be respectful of our environment


Travel and lunch / snacks are not included so be sure to bring plenty with you


Your leader will be in contact with you before the trip regarding a meeting place and itinerary. This will be subject to change depending on local lock-down areas, weather or any other affecting factors so please keep an eye on your emails


Required kit

• Small rucksack suitable for day hikes (30-35 litres)
• Sturdy Hiking boots (worn in)
Most accidents in the mountains are trips, slips and falls. A boot with ankle support could help prevent injury caused by one of these
• Thick walking socks
Bridgedale or equivalent to prevent blisters
• Hiking trousers
• Waterproof trousers which can be quickly put on over hiking trousers if the weather quickly turns
• Non-cotton, wicking base layer
This is the layer closest to the skin and the primary function is to draw moisture away from the body. At higher altitudes, the cold can react with sweat causing hypothermia
• Mid-layer
This is typically a lightweight microfleece or similar technology that provide additional warmth without being bulky or heavy
• Warm/insulated jacket
Which can be easily worn once stopped to prevent you from getting cold
• Waterproof jacket
• Headtorch (and batteries)
• Sunglasses and sun-cream if the weather is due to be sunny / hot
• Water bottle or camelback
• Personal medication – please disclose any emergency medication to your event leader and its location within the bag
• Gloves if trekking between October – March
• Personal first aid kit (blister plasters, sun-screen, plasters/bandages, pain killers)
• Food – snacks and lunch.
We recommend bringing a mix of slow burning foods like carbohydrates and fast burning foods like sweets just in case you need that extra pick-me-up!

Optional kit

• Thermos flask
• Maps – we are always happy to share navigation learning! OS or Harvey maps are recommended
• Compass
• Hiking poles
• Gators
• Trekking cheer!


I’ve little or no experience in the hills / international expeditions, are these trips suitable for me?

Yes absolutely! We cater for novice walkers who want to explore something new and for those who are regular explorers of the upland environment. Each trip is planned according to the abilities of those within the group to ensure all will be able to fully participate

My friends and I have something specific in mind, can you arrange private events?

Oh absolutely and we would be honoured to do so! A group navigation day or a birthday to remember… get in touch!

I’m raising money for charity, can you run our event?

We have a wealth of experience working with charities and have been a part of many charity events ourselves and as something close to our hearts, we would LOVE to work with you

We’re thinking of something different for our corporate event, what can you cater for?

We have backgrounds working within the corporate world so your day is safe with us. We have many options for your corporate day with clients or internally. Check out the corporate page on our website or get in touch

Will the trip be cancelled if bad weather is forecast?

Our leaders will always try to accommodate the group on the original booking date. This may mean the itinerary or the route changes. For circumstances outside of our control, some dates may need to be postponed but we will be in contact with you as soon as an issue arises

Can my dog come along?

Oh yes, please do bring your woofer friend if we are heading out on a dog friendly trip – the more the merrier! Please check with your leader whether the route is doggo-friendly

I cannot make the date of the trip, what are my options?

If you wish to cancel your place, you will be entitled to a full refund up to 21 days before the event date. Any cancellation after this point is subject to charge but in many circumstances the value can be retained as credit for another event of equal value. Please let us know as soon as your plans change and we will do our best to work with you

New to scrambling and with an intense fear of heights but I wanted to push myself and see how far I could go. I was utterly terrified at times but Steph was an incredible mountain leader and now, friend and she got me to the summits. Thank you so much Outdoor Amore and my team that day for the help and encouragement. I couldn't have done it without you guys!

Megan Dawson
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