Date: 28th – 30th October (end of 3rd week) Visit the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales which is home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales at 3560ft. On Saturday, we will climb Snowdon. We are planning on taking the Snowdon Ranger Path, thought to be the oldest of the six classic routes up to the summit and one of the easier ones. Sunday’s walk will be not quite as high but the scenery will be just as impressive, with many more mountain lakes. For more info and pretty pictures see the trip poster, and sign up here before the 15th October! Organisers: Danica Fernandes and Christian Weinzetl Time: 5pm at Trinity gates, Broad Street Return: late evening on Sunday Equipment: Comfy walking boots and rucksack. Waterproofs + sleeping bag (can be borrowed from club) Cost: £56 Food: Bring enough money for 2 pub meals (on Friday and Sunday). All other food provided.