Unlike most other illnesses, once diagnosed, treatment is administered, recovery and a normal life can resume, with a stroke once the injury has happened, and by a small miracle survived, an entire change of life is needed... learning how to speak, talk, move, walk and remember is a daily and sometimes an impossible challenge without the help of charities like ARNI, training people to specialise in stroke rehabilitation, helping those that have been left to just survive, we aim to let them live life again.Sign Up to an Event
Getting involved is easy, decide how many walks you would like to do, you can do just one or all four. Then you can register here.
A £25 registration charge is required per person, this one off payment will cover you to walk any amount of the peaks.
You will be asked to raise a minimum of £250 per person, all of which will go direct to the charity. The best thing is to use our fundraising page on JustGiving.
It costs ARNI around £500 to train each specialist so everyone that can raise the £200 will be giving someone a chance to get cheaper training in turn, giving a stroke survivor a chance to become more self efficient and to start living their lives again.Sign Up to an Event
Part of the Mountember Event, Tackling Scafell Pike, The Ankle Buster! Uneven paths, River Crossing, steep hike which involves scrambling over hard terrain, there could be high winds, rain, snow, extreme cold or poor visibility. It’s not only England’s highest mountain but also our highest war memorial, given to the National Trust in memory of those who died in WW1 so that people would have the freedom to enjoy the mountains.Sign up to an Event
Part of the Mountember Event, Meeting at Garwnant, transport will be taking your group to your start point, Beginners will be starting and ending at the Pen – Y – Fan car park and the route will take you up the one peak and back down, Intermediate and Hard will be taken to a different start point just up the road to the Storey Park Education Centre, all routes will finish at the same place. A guide will be with you at all times.
This is the easiest way up Pen – Y – Fan with no scrambling over rocks and a more paved route, take your time going up and enjoy the views. The walk is steep in places but plenty of places to rest, this is a walk not a race. Once at the peak you will be waiting for the intermediate and Hard routes to reach their half way point for a group photo on the peak.
A slightly harder route, climbing our first peak of Corn Du before slightly descending and climbing Pen – Y – Fan. This route has more of a gravel path and a few more hazards, with a small section of rock scrambling, once you have met up with the Beginners then the easy way down you go.
Starting off on the same route as the intermediate group, you will be joining up with the beginners for the group photo on top of Pen – Y – Fan, once done you will be descending down another route towards Cribyn Peak, this involves a little bit more of a scramble up and down rocks to reach the 3rd peak, once the awesome views at Cribyn have been taken in you will drop down and circle back up Pen – Y – Fan up very steep slopes and bit more scrambling, once back at the top of Pen – Y – Fan you will go on the final Decent down a much easier route to the car park.
Part of the Mountember Event, This path up Snowdon is thought to be the earliest of the six main routes to the summit. Before the road through Llanberis Pass was built, men lugged copper ore from the Britannia Copper Mine on Snowdon up the eastern side of the mountain to Bwlch Glas.
Horses would then draw the ore down on a sledge along this path to the shores of Llyn Cwellyn to be transported by horse and cart to Caernarfon.
The path was named in English after a mountain guide called John Morton who called himself the ‘Snowdon Ranger’. At the beginning of the nineteenth century he built an inn on the site where the Youth Hostel stands today, opposite the car park. The inn was known as the ‘Snowdon Ranger’, ‘Snowdon Inn’ or ‘Glanllyn’ (meaning ‘lakeside’), from where he would guide visitors to the summit of Snowdon along this path.
The path climbs gradually up to, and around the slopes of Moel Cynghorion to Bwlch Cwm Brwynog. It then climbs steeply over the shoulder above Clogwyn Du’r Arddu before merging with the Llanberis path, and then the Pyg and Miners’ tracks at Bwlch Glas, and then on to the summit.Sign up to an Event
Part of the Mountember Event, Meeting at Glen Nevis Visitor Centre, we will be following the steep path up the side of the mountain, we will be encountering some rock scrambling along with uneven footing. As we gain ground on the summit be prepared for the snow and almost instant weather change. Its easy to become lost towards the top so make sure you have your eyes on at least one of the guides at this point. Temperatures can fall fast so warm clothing is a must, making sure its easy to grab. This walk will be done in stages, the slower people will leave first and the faster walkers will be bringing up the rear.
Starting off at the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre, crossing the bridge across the river and heading up the mountain. The journey up is a zig zag up the side of the mountain with a brief river crossing before tackling the hard bit. Rock scrambling will be a on going thing up the mountain and very easy to loose your footing. The weather can change very fast and snow is almost a certainty. We will be coming back down the same way you went up. The walk will be split into 2 parts with an option of returning down at the half way point.Sign up to an Event