June Hillwalking Weekend Away 2nd – 5th June 2017 – Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales.
We will be taking the deposit for the Ferry in Counihan’s Pub on Wednesday 5th April from 9.00pm.
At present we have booked 2 cars (8 people) on the 2.15pm Irish Ferries sailing from Dublin and returning to Dublin on the 2.10pm sailing on the Monday.
To secure your place in a car for the Ferry you will need to pay €100 deposit. This deposit is non-refundable unless you can get somebody else to take your place in the car.
We will book more cars on the Ferry depending on demand from members.
If you have any questions/queries please give Dan or myself a call.
Bernie: 087 2144837 Dan: 087 2382022
For more information click here: http://www.irishferries.com
For more information click here: http://www.llanberis.org
We are taking the ferry from Dublin Port to Holyhead on Friday 2nd June and staying in Llanberis which is about 50km from Holyhead. The return is on Monday 5th June.
On Saturday 3rd June we plan to climb Snowdon. Snowdon, at 1085m, is the highest mountain in England and Wales and is situated within the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. One can also reach the top by mountain train which carries passengers from Llanberis to the summit.
We are going to take the Ferry from Dublin Port to Holyhead on Friday 2nd June at 2.15pm & returning from Holyhead to Dublin Port on Monday 5th June on the 11.50am sailing.
At present we have booked 2 cars on the Irish Ferries sailing from Dublin for 8 people.
We will be staying in Llanberis which is 30 miles/50km from Holyhead and the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park.
B&B’s there are quoting Stg £110 (€127) p/person sharing for 3 nights bed & breakfast (Exact accommodation has yet to be decided). One car on the Ferry costs €560 approx. (4 people in a car – €140 per person).
The cost of the weekend for the travelling and accommodation (3 nights) is approximately €300. (This does not include meals & lunches etc.).