Climbing in Snowdon Ranger
The Beacon Climbing Centre at Waunfawr is eight miles away offering expert tuition on indoor and outdoor walls. Plas-y-Brenin, near Capel Curig is the National Mountaineering Centre so it's suitable for all levels of climbing.
What makes it special
- Climbing for all ages from 5 to 80+
- Complete beginner to advanced level
- Expert instruction for all levels including groups
Weekdays 10am - 10pm (Thursdays 8am - 10pm)
Weekends 10am - 8pm
Closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day
Under 18 £7.20
Under 6 £3.00
Over 80 Free
Supervising Adult Free
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