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About Snowdonia for Science at Llanberis

Set on the 16th-17th May 2020, Snowdonia for Science brings everyone together to breathe fresh mountain air, witness incredible Welsh scenery and experience a great sense of achievement from stepping our of your comfort zone and supporting prostate cancer research. This year, our 2020 event has 3 iremarkable routes to choose from with something for every ability:

Long Distance £35 reg fee
This route takes you through the valleys, testing your endurance by walking a longer but flatter walkthrough North Snowdonia.

Snowdon Climb £35 reg fee
Take the Pyg or Miners Track to the top of the tallest mountain in England and Wales at 1,085m high!

Multi-Peak Challenge £45 reg fee
Climb four major peaks in the Snowdon Massif before reaching the famous Snowdon itself. This one is for those looking to take their challenges to the next level.

We ask our fundraisers to raise a minimum of £250 for each event, and our friendly events team is always on hand to help you with training and fundraising.
Snowdonia for Science
Snowdonia for Science
Snowdonia for Science is a revitalisation of the well-known and established Snowdon 500 & Welsh 3 Peaks challenges, created by Matt Rannamets to put a positive into his prostate cancer diagnosis. His idea proved successful, having raised over £1 million for prostate cancer research in the last 12 years.

Brought to you by the Prostate Cancer Research Centre (PCRC). We focus on science, research and innovation, concentrating on developing novel and effective treatments for men with advanced prostate cancer. This is because whilst prostate cancer is treatable in the prostate, it become incurable and life-limiting when it spreads. We may be small, but we are ambitious and its inspiring events like Snowdonia for Science that allow us to fund such great research.

We are delighted to present this event in Matt's memory with the original friends, family and volunteers so that new supporters can experience this wonderful, wholesome event.


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