Classic Eryri Scramble: Tryfan and Glyderau
Join celebrated alpinist Rob Collister for a spectacular grade 1 scramble up Tryfan and the Glyderau mountains, in the rocky heart of Snowdonia.
According to Welsh scholar Ifor Williams, the word “Glyder” derives from the word “Cludair”, meaning a heap of stones, making this spectacular scrambling country where Victorian mountaineers used to train in preparation for great Himalayan expeditions.
Duration: 9:45am – approx. 5:30pm
Meeting point: Milestone Buttress car park. Grid Reference 663603
What to bring: Packed lunch, sturdy mountain boots, waterproof jacket & trousers, warm layers.
Limited places. Contact Claire to book:
Please donate generously
Instead of giving a price for this event we invite donations on the day. Please donate generously; any proceeds will go towards the Snowdonia Society’s work of protecting and enhancing Snowdonia’s beauty and special qualities.