Join us at our popular CALM-only Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) at Night Hike and take on the highest mountain in England and Wales at 1085m, at night!
Beginning in the town of Llanberis, in the heart of the Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park, this spectacular challenge will see you and fellow fundraisers trekking to the top of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon)....at night!
You will be fully supported all the way by our experienced Mountain Leaders and then celebrate at the finish line with a celebration breakfast.
This night time challenge will test your physical and mental limits but your efforts will be rewarded by knowing that all your hard work is going towards raising money to help CALM.
How to enter
There is a £20 registration fee (usually £40, currently 50% off) and have a £345 fundraising target. Get a charity place now.
You must be aged 14+ on event day to take part. Those aged 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Anyone aged 14-15 taking part will need to complete a Young Person Enquiry form for Charity Challenge to review.
There is a £40 registration fee, plus a balance of £169 due 5 weeks before the challenge, paid to our event provider, Charity Challenge. Sign up now.
There’s no minimum fundraising target, just raise as much as you can.
How we’ll support you
Whether it’s your first time taking on a challenge or you’re a seasoned pro, we’ll be right there with you every step of the way. We’ll make sure you have a fantastic experience being on Team CALM. When you join our team, you’ll receive:
Fundraising and training advice and resources
Full on-the-day support from our event partner Charity Challenge and the CALM team
CALM kit so you can look the part
Access to our CALM Walking Club Facebook group
15% off Cotswold Outdoor, Cycle Surgery, Snow and Rock, and Runners Need
Support materials (itinerary, kit list, fact file, Q&As, health notes, travel tips, responsible travel policy and guidance)
A dedicated Fundraising Team to support you
Due to the nature of the mountain, this event is not suitable for wheelchair users. Whilst it is possible for all terrain wheelchairs to go a short way along the event route, the mountain's many steps, uneven terrain and steep scree means that it is not generally suitable for wheelchair users to reach the summit.
Charity Challenge endeavour to support participants with physical disabilities and special accessibility requirements wherever possible and within the bounds of the event. Charity Challenge would recommend that anyone with a physical disability contact them directly to discuss the suitability of this event for them before booking.
Got a question?
Check out our FAQs. If you can’t find an answer there, get in touch and we’ll be happy to help.