The following table shows timings for a 24-hour Welsh 3000s and what time you should expect to arrive at each peak. It's an extremely useful tool to have on the day and helps to make sure you're not falling behind schedule if you're on track to complete the challenge in time.

The timings are based on quite a slow pace and should be achievable by most people with a moderate level of fitness. Things like fast and easy sections, or overcoming difficult obstacles are taken into account.

These timings are based on a 22-hour completion time (quite slow as Welsh 3000s attempts go), and afford you 2 hours for mistakes/problems.

The times include a half-hour stop at Snowdon summit, half an hour in Nant Peris, and 45 minutes in the Ogwen Valley. They are based on years of experience guiding on the Welsh 3000s and have been fine-tuned over that period.

SnowdonLeave Pen Y Pass
Stop near Snowdon Summit
1. Snowdon - Start the clock
2. Carnedd Ugain
3. Crib Goch
Stop 1 - Nant Peris
GlyderauStart next leg
4. Elidir Fawr
5. Y Garn
6. Glyder Fawr
7. Glyder Fach
8. Tryfan
Stop 2 - Ogwen
CarneddauLeave Ogwen
9. Pen yr Ole Wen
10. Carnedd Daffydd
11. Yr Elen
12. Carnedd Llywelyn
13. Foel Grach
14. Carnedd Gwenllian
15. Foel-Fras - Stop the clock
Arrive back at vehicles
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