Big Welsh Walk up Pen-y-Fan
Why not join the Hospice of the Valleys and the Life Size Models on this amazing climb up the highest mountain in South Wales. Follow in the footsteps of some iconic legends in climbing the mountain well fundraising for a local Charity and having your picture taken at the top with Welsh Iconic Models
On Saturday 2nd March to help celebrate St David’s Day, a team of Hospice Troopers will be rising to the challenge and climbing Pen-y-Fan. A strenuous mountain walk on well-made footpaths.
The highest peak in South Wales, Pen-y-Fan stands at 886m (2,907ft) above sea level and overlooks breath taking scenery, rolling countryside and impressive mountains.
What’s the difference about this sponsored walk up Pen-y-Fan? I hear you ask…
Well this is your chance to walk in the footsteps of some Big Welsh Icons – giant models will also be carried to the summit and will wait your arrival.
Thumbs up and have your photo taken with these giant iconic models, be part of an amazing atmosphere and story of how these legends made it to the top of South Wales’ highest mountain.
Whilst perfect for friends, families and groups, our little troopers can get involved too. All children and young people aged 17 and younger must be accompanied by a responsible paying adult (18 years+) at all times.
If you would like to come on the adventure with us, then view the Terms and Conditions and click on the Walk this way to Register, we’d love to have you on board.
What you need to know about the Big Welsh Walk
Individual entry £5.00 per person.
Team entry £25.00 up to 8 people (must include at least 1 x adult age 18 years plus)
Walkers will also be asked to raise sponsorship; £30.00 individual £200 Team
We are looking to raise £4511.00 which equates to the running costs for the Hospice for 1 day – so lets raise the vital funds to pay for St David’s Day at the Hospice.
Location: Pen-y-Fan. Meeting point Pont Ar Daf Car Park (Pen-y-fan Base Camp), Powys. LD3 8NL
Date: Saturday 2nd March 2019