9th Annual
Khalsa Aid International
Snowdon Hike

Khalsa Aid International is proud to announce its 9th Annual Snowdon hike on
29 June 2019

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About Snowdon Hike

Come and be a part of our charity hike & help fundraise for our global projects.
A great family day out with hot food served to all hikers.

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9th Hike

Since the first hike in 2011, our annual Snowdon fundraiser has become one of the most popular events for Khalsa Aid International. 2019 marks our 9th annual hike as well as the charity's 20th anniversary. 

500

500+ Hikers

Each year over 500 members of the public take part in our Snowdon hike. We are proud of the fact that our hikers come from all ages and backgrounds. This makes the day a great family event enjoyed by all.

60000

£60,000+ Raised

Year on year, participants have helped us to raise in excess of £60,000.00. This has supported the work of the charity across the globe. Please help us achieve this again by participating on 29 June 2019.

Registration is now closed.

Thank you for your overwhelming response.

Over 500 people have registered for the event. All coaches are fully booked, however, there are still some spaces on the Gravesend coach.
Please contact the office if you would like to book a seat from Gravesend only.

Registered?
Now prepare yourself...

Here's what we recomend you should bring on the day!

  • Rucksack
  • Waterproof jacket & trousers
  • Fleece jacket
  • Long sleeved mid-weight top
  • Thick gloves
  • Warm scarf
  • Hiking trousers
  • Two pairs of socks - one thick and one thin
  • Walking boots
  • Walking sticks (optional)
  • Lots and lots of water
  • Packed lunch - sandwiches, fruit, energy bars and chocolate

Khalsa Aid International is more than just a charity that delivers aid to the most vulnerable around the world. It is an organisation that aims to bring everyone together and raise awareness of the Sikh principle of
'Recognise the whole human race as one'

Getting There

All registered participants will receive an email specifying their respective travel arrangements.

FAQ

Llanberis Path, This is one of the easier paths, it is 9 miles long and roughly takes about 3 hours to get to the summit.

There is a paid car parking facility available in front of the train station.

There are many local hotels which you can book yourself. If you should wish to stay overnight before or after the event you can search for local hotels by LL55 4TD postcode.

Wear comfortable clothing, light layers are best and sensible walking shoes with a good grip. Walking sticks are useful and can be purchased from a camping or sports shop.

Bring some light snacks and water, keep yourslef hydrated. Our Langar Aid team will also be preparing and serving hot food and beverages. 


Some shared experiences from previous years.

Harmeet Singh

Had a wonderful day, everyone was so lovely and helped me when I struggled.

Satnam Kaur

What an amazing community of people, you are all great people!!! Although I was alone, didn't feel alone.

Dhillons

Amazing experience. Kids loved it. Great family day for all of us, looking forward to next year.

Patrick

Everyone was so warm and friendly. Loved the Samosas and tea at the end.

Pammi D

On our way to Snowdon, so excited to reach the top.

Jaswinder S

The team atmosphere helped me to get to the top. Thank you everyone.

Meenu

It helped me increase my fitness level.

Gill Family

It was the first time we took part in anything like this. We had a great day and will be back.

Message from the founder

It is always an immense pleasure to meet our wonderful donors and fundraisers. It is these guys that enable the work of the charity to grow and develop to where we are today. We have been providing aid for 20 years. Thanks to this support. I look forward to meeting you all at the event. 

Mobirise