Girls go for gold and conquer Snowdon
They trekked in Snowdonia, Wales, for three nights and four days and walked over 75 km across hills and beside lakes and ‘peaked’ with a climb to the top of Mount Snowdon—the highest mountain in Wales and second highest in the UK.
‘It was exhausting having constant minor challenges over a period of four days,’ added Katherine Faulkner. ‘But, as a team we worked really well together so we were able to overcome these challenges and made it back, smiling, to civilisation.’
The girls are now drying out tents and cleaning all their utensils before enjoying some well earned rest over the summer break.