LCAMAC Conquers Snowdon

Nine adventurous students from LCAMAC (the Mountaineering Club) and three staff visited the Snowdonia National Park on Friday, camping two nights and on Saturday, successfully climbed the highest peak in Wales, Mount Snowdon.

The terrain was considered hard enough that it was used for training by Sir Edmund Hillary and his expedition team when training to ascend Mount Everest in 1953.

This time, the LCA team climbed via the Watkins Path, a tricky route to the south of the summit; cloud descended as we climbed which ruined some great photo opportunities from the top, but that in no way dampened spirits and the photos we did manage show clearly the sense of achievement on the students.

The students recorded a video diary detailing their trip...

Posted in Trips, Year 7, Year 8.