'Pitch in' for Snowdonia's paths
Get involved and learn more about the art of repairing footpaths by joining one of our monthly ‘pitching in’ days in Snowodnia.
Snowdonia’s paths are at risk due to high footfall and rainfall, the perfect recipe for erosion. Erosion can cause unsightly scars on the landscape and also damage precious upland habitats.
Join the team
We’ll be working in partnership with Snowdonia Society to offer a series of ‘pitching in’ days, that focus on a different path each month. If you’d like to enjoy fantastic scenery and get a good workout, why not join our team and help keep our stone pitched paths in tip top condition?
Footpath Ranger, Ned Feesey said “These volunteer days are all about seeing what’s involved with footpath work and giving something back to the beautiful area we all enjoy and love. We really want people to come and have a go at what we do, you don't have to be super fit, there are so many jobs that anyone can make a helpful a contribution."
The monthly ‘pitching in’ days will run on the first Saturday of each month from March - July, check out the events listed below for more information.
Thanks to a successful appeal to raise £250,000 in 2017, our team have been able to start tackling the worst affected areas and the ‘pitching in’ days aim to build on this work.
Footpath Ranger, Ned Feesey said, "The going has been tough, but we’ve managed to repair a significant amount, focussing on the higher slopes of Snowdon and Tryfan, where we’ve been closing-up and reseeding several erosion scars - one of which was 20 metres in diameter."
Ned added "There's still lots more left to do and if you feel like you have the time to give, that would be a huge help."
For more information or to reserve a place on the 'pitchin in' days contact the team.