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Trek Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon)

Yorkshire Three Peaks Trek Participants

Date: Friday 17 May 2024

Registration fee: £40

Fundraising target: £250

On 17 May, Morrisons colleagues will be taking on an exciting challenge to trek to the summit of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) in the Snowdonia National Park in Wales. This will see participants take on a one day challenge to summit the highest peak in Wales, whilst raising vital funds for seriously ill children and their families. It’s not one to miss!

By taking part in Trek Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon), you will receive:

  • Together for Short Lives technical top
  • Lunch and snacks on the day
  • Fundraising and training support
  • Webinar with challenge providers
  • Dedicated contact at Together for Short Lives to support you in reaching your goals
  • A medal and post-trek fizz to celebrate your achievement!

Use the link below to pay your £40 registration fee and join Team Together for Short Lives on the challenge of a lifetime. Everyone who signs up by 31 March will be entered into a draw to win a £75 Wagamama voucher! 

Frequently asked questions

Some frequently asked questions and answers about trekking with Team Together for Short Lives.

What is the registration fee and how much do I need to raise?

To register for Trek Snowdon, you will need to pay a £40 registration fee upfront and commit to raising £250 in sponsorship. Morrisons foundation will match fund up to £1000 per colleague for their fundraising – helping to raise even more for seriously ill children and their families.

Do I need to train for this event?

Charity Challenge describe Trek Snowdon as challenging. Participants can expect to be trekking for around 7-8 hours, covering 15km of mountainous terrain in a single day. They recommend beginning training 2-4 months before the challenge, and participants will need a moderate to good level of fitness.

Do I need to provide my own food and water?

You will be provided with a packed lunch, snacks and ability to fill up your water bottle. We would recommend bringing a minimum 2l water bottle and extra snacks to keep you fuelled for the challenge.

What clothing will I need for this trek?

You will need walking boots (trainers are not suitable), waterproof/windproof jacket and trousers as well as a technical/wicking t-shirt. The full kit list can be found on the Charity Challenge site. 

What time does the trek begin?

Precise timings and a meeting location will be sent in your final details document 1 month before the challenge. Charity Challenge anticipate the trek commencing at approximately 9am with a safety briefing beforehand. Walking times can vary, but you should expect the trek to take around 7-8 hours to complete.

Any other questions about this event? Get in touch with our team and we will respond as soon as we can.