Every January many of us have the best of intentions after making New Year’s resolutions, one of the most common is to improve our fitness. So much so ‘Physical Fitness’ is Google’s most searched term in January!
Why not join us on our virtual climb challenge to help achieve your fitness goals? Walk 19,018 steps which covers the most popular ‘first time’ path and the longest route ‘The Llanberis Path’. It is a 9 mile (14.5km) journey to the summit and back down, a total of 19,018 steps.
To achieve this challenge all you need to do is complete 19,018 steps (14.5km) by 31st March and you will receive your Virtual Climb Embrace Snowdon certificate and medal in the post!
Once completed just email Embrace your steps recorded from your app, watch, phone to claim your medal.
Don’t forget to share your progress on social media using #EmbraceVirtualClimb and tagging us. We can’t wait to see you in action!
Sign up for Free (Certificate) or £8 (includes Medal & Certificate) all donations go to Alfie’s Hardship Fund to help support young victims of crime who find themselves in financially-hit households as a result of the COVID-19 virus.
Alfie’s Hardship Fund is raising money to provide practical and emotional support for young victims of crime who are battling poverty as well as crime.
Your donations will pay for educational toys and tech to help children learn at home, vouchers to put food on tables and pay for essential clothing in cash-strapped homes.
Click here to sign up today!
For inspiration please watch our Embrace Everest Trailer below – full documentary is now available to watch on Amazon Prime!