for better mental health

Snowdon At Night 2020

Mind Charity Places are now sold out.

We are sorry to confirm that due to the current situation with the outbreak of coronavirus, our May Snowdon At Night has been postponed to September.

For more information, please read our Events 2020 update.

Trek to the summit of Snowdon through the night arriving at the top in time to see the sunrise over stunning Snowdonia. 

When
09 May 2020

Until
10 May 2020

Registration fee
£35.00

Minimum fundraising target
£325.00

Where
Snowdonia, North Wales

About the event

Having met your team mates over an evening meal together, your journey will begin shortly before midnight in the town of Llanberis, located in the heart of Snowdonia national park.

From there you and your fellow Mind supporters will make your way to the summit of Snowdon, stargazing along the way, supported by fully qualified mountain leaders. 

As the sun begins to rise over Snowdonia, you will make your descent where upon arrival back in Llanberis you will reward your success with a celebration breakfast and medal.

Find out more about this special challenge

Group of trekkers climbing Snowdon

How we'll support you

Join us on Snowdon At Night and you'll get:

  • Your own event coordinator to answer your questions and guide you through your training and fundraising
  • Regular enewsletters about Mind and the difference your fundraising makes
  • Fundraising materials and guides on how to get started
  • Professional team of mountain leaders on route
  • Kit list and full event itinerary
  • Mind branded t-shirt and beanie hat
  • Bespoke finishers Mind badge and medal!
  • Pre event meal and celebration breakfast

 

Any questions?

You might find your answer in our FAQs.

Or you can send us an email using the button below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.

 

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Where does the money go?

1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year

118,000

queries answered by our helplines in 2018/19.

15.9m

people accessed our information in 2018/2019

You can find out more about our work in the 2016/17 annual review

and more about our finances in our 2016/17 annual accounts

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