Explore is highlighting mountainous treks to Ben Nevis and Snowdon. 

 

A trip to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, offers trekking with a qualified mountain leader and takes guests on a path that climbs steadily to the summit at 1,344m. The three-day tour departs on July 5 and costs from £295 per person (was £345). The price includes two nights' breakfast accommodation, transport and the services of a qualified mountain leader.

In Snowdonia National Park, Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales and an ideal destination for a short trek. Walking with a qualified mountain leader, trekkers will follow a path that climbs to the summit at 1,085m. Along the route, guests can take in the Welsh landscapes and the rare plant species.

The three-day tour, which departs on June 28, is now on sale from £299 per person (was £369) including two nights' breakfast accommodation, bus travel and the services of a tour leader and mountain guide.

For further information or to book visit www.explore.co.uk or call 0844-499 0901.

 

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