Rusty Bale from  Snowdonia Mountain & Walking offers walking & climbing experiences and a variety of training courses  www.snowdoniawalkingandclimbing.co.uk  I started mountaineering in Scotland with the RAF Mountain Rescue Service over 20 years ago and since then I have walked and climbed throughout the UK and abroad. I have been a RAF Mountain Rescue Team Leader and was the Service's Chief Instructor for 5 years. My mountaineering has taken me all over the World including the Alps, Norway, Canada as well as the greater ranges of the Himalaya and Andes. In 2001 I was selected as a member of the  RAF Mountain Rescue Service Everest North Ridge  expedition and successfully reached the summit on the 22 May      

Rusty Bale from

Snowdonia Mountain & Walking offers walking & climbing experiences and a variety of training courses

www.snowdoniawalkingandclimbing.co.uk

I started mountaineering in Scotland with the RAF Mountain Rescue Service over 20 years ago and since then I have walked and climbed throughout the UK and abroad. I have been a RAF Mountain Rescue Team Leader and was the Service's Chief Instructor for 5 years. My mountaineering has taken me all over the World including the Alps, Norway, Canada as well as the greater ranges of the Himalaya and Andes. In 2001 I was selected as a member of the RAF Mountain Rescue Service Everest North Ridge expedition and successfully reached the summit on the 22 May

 

 

Zip World Velocity is "The Nearest Thing To Flying"! Home to the longest zip line in Europe and the fastest in the world. This adrenalin fuelled attraction offers visitors a totally unique experience. Speeds well in excess of 100mph can be reached.

Imagine giant trampolines, walkways, slides and tunnels all made from netting. Now picture this suspended in a slate cavern hidden underground and you’ll have the right idea.

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Snowdon itself, at 3,560 feet (1,085m), is obviously the prime destination for many with the most popular routes to the summit being the Llanberis Path, which runs parallel to the Snowdon Mountain Railway and the more strenuous Pyg and Miner’s tracks. However, there are a number of other mountain ranges that are equally as beautiful and challenging such as Y Carneddau, Y Glyderau, Y Rhinogau and Cader Idris. The scenic North Wales Path which follows the coast and lower mountain slopes between Prestatyn and Bangor offers fascinating sights such as Aber Falls and the Druid’s Circle whilst the traffic free cyclepath from Barmouth to Penmaenpool provides stunning views of the glorious Mawddach estuary.