The Llanberis Path
The Llanberis Path is the easiest, having a steady incline but not the shortest path. A well defined path with minimal route finding. Even so, the path is the scene of many accidents each year and unfortunately fatalities are not uncommon. The advice is whenever in the mountains please take care, have the right gear and most importantly, an experienced guide. If any doubt seek professional advice and help from one of the many excellent mountain guides who would be delighted to show you a great day out and maybe help you explore one of the more interesting Snowdon or other less well known Snowdonia mountain gems!
Starting from a small parking area at (GR 582 589)
Approximately 1 km along a lane which leaves the A4086 opposite Royal Victoria Hotel at the south end of Llanberis. You can also park in Llanberis Town (GR 583 598).
The path is well sign posted from the parking area and follows a track, steeply at first with a railway on your right and after almost 2 km the path passes beneath the railway. Keep on going until you reach the Halfway Station.
Following the station and after about a km the path bears left and the gradient gets steeper once again keep going and you will pass under the railway for a second time near the higher Clogwyn Station.
The path swings across the continues and eventually you reach Bwlch Glas, marked by a 2m upright stone. There are wonderful views here in all directions
There is then a steady rise beside the railway to the summit.