Climbing Snowdon is a definitely a challenge for most people and we’re always over the moon when our clients reach the summit. But what often makes the occasion extra special is when those we’re working with are raising money for their favourite charity.
We guide hundreds of people every year to the top of Snowdon with an excellent success rate. That’s down to our experience, methodical planning and choice of staff. MountainXperience only uses qualified and experienced mountain guides; most of whom have real connections to Snowdon as volunteer wardens or members of local mountain rescue teams.
The UK Met Office provides mountain weather forecasts for the main hill and mountain areas around the country. These forecasts are designed for walkers, mountaineers and others enjoying outdoor activities. They’re issued each afternoon and cover that evening period, the full 24 hours from midnight to midnight for the next two days and include a brief outlook for the following three days. They’re then updated in the early hours of each morning before 6am so it’s important to check again on the day for any updates.
Mountain weather forecasts are available for the Northwest Highlands, North Grampian, South Grampian and Southeast Highlands and Southwest Highlands regions in Scotland. In England they’re written for the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and Peak District. Forecasts are also available for Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons in Wales and the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland.