Mountain walks

Nature’s Work offers a range of mountain walks in Snowdonia. We also provide guide wildlife tours and can arrange guided walking holidays. Snowdonia and North Wales are rich in the variety of walks available and we are ready to share our local knowledge and experiences with you. Our trained guides are also knowledgeable and can share information about the wildlife of the area. You will be walking amongst the UKs wildest and most untouched areas and may come across rare arctic alpine plants such as  the Snowdon Lily (Gagea serotina). Below are areas we frequently visit with walking and wildlife groups.

Don’t just take our word for it read what our clients have to say:

“We decided to use a guide for our first ascent of Snowdon as we wanted a route away from the crowds . We made the right decision. Jim checked we were suitably attired and provisioned. Jim gave us very helpful advice on the trickier sections. He was excellent at keeping us safe and giving us the confidence that we could manage the route. Jim was also able to fill in the history and ecology of the area.” Pearl Tickell

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 Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa)

A round trip to the summit of Snowdon takes around 6hrs. You don’t need to be super fit as we go at a suitable pace and stop along the way to take time to interpret the surrounding mountain scenery and geology. There is also a special Snowdon horseshoe walk taking in the main ridge walks of the Snowdon massif.

Glyderau mountains

The Glyder range includes Tryfan, Glyder Fawr, Glyder Fach, Y Garn and Elidir Fawr. These 3000 feet mountains form a strenuous day out whichever route is decided upon. With distinctive peaks and boulder strewn summits the Glyder range is a great mountain challenge with elements of easy scrambling.

Carneddau mountains

The Carneddau plateau is the highest and largest region south of Scotland. The more isolated peaks offer outstanding views across northern Wales and take in the summits of Pen Yr Ole Wen, Carnedd Llywellen and Carnedd Dafydd.

Moelwyn range

A stunning circular walk to the summit of Moel Siabod takes in a fine scramble above llyn y foel high above the village of Capel Curig or venture further along the Moelwyn range to the sporty summit of Cnicht in the west.

Welsh 15

One of the specific mountain walks in Snowdonia is by taking in all 15 of Wales’ 3000 feet peaks. Find out more here. This 24 hour adventure challenge will cover the best that Snowdonia has to offer in terms of summer hill walking. Summiting all 15 peaks is an achievement to be proud of. Completing the Welsh 3000s in a single day requires high levels of fitness and stamina. Those applying should be in no doubt as to the degree of commitment which is necessary.

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