The Save An Orphan Snowdon Climb 2013 was a great success, all the climbers had a great day and over £3000 was raised for the orphanage rebuilding project in Dokkin Rompur, Bangladesh.
Although the weather was against us it didn't dampen the spirit of the climbers who showed tremendous resilience to reach the summit in just over 4 hours.
We opted for the Pyg Route as it is one of the most challenging trekking routes and it really gave the climbers a sense of achievement once they reached the summit.
"It was extremely rewarding, and the breathtaking views made this climb an unforgettable experience. To know that our efforts will change the lives of desperate orphans has had a profound effect on all the participants and we can't wait to do Save An Orphan's next big challenge" said head volunteer Muslimah Miah.
We would like to thank head volunteers Muslimah Miah and Nasreen Ashraf for their professionalism and hard work.
We would also like to thank Peter and Callum from Snowdonia Guides Ltd who made this challenge such an enjoyable experience.
Finally a big thank you to all the climbers and the donors who sponsored them, your efforts will change the lives of vulnerable orphans for the better.