A NORTH Wales children's hospice is inviting people to join them on a sunrise hike up Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon).

Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith children's hospices are looking for walkers to join them on what is promised to be an exhilarating and unforgettable experience.

Setting off from the village of Llanberis in the small hours of Sunday, July 23, hikers will be guided by mountain leaders to the 1,085m summit of Yr Wyddfa in plenty of time to enjoy the stunning sunrise over Snowdonia.

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For a £25 sign-up fee per person and commitment to raise a minimum of £100, participants will be led by experienced staff from Aim Higher Mountain Skills, treated to breakfast baps and hot drinks upon return and have the opportunity to get some of the most sought after photographs in the UK - all whilst helping to support 750 local children and families who a living with a life threatening condition.

Sponsored by Wrexham's Net World Sports, who have themselves signed up, the event is open to everybody over 16 years of age (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult) and teams are also welcome.

Spots are filling up fast, to register your place or for more information visit hopehouse.org.uk/Event/sunrise.

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Event organiser and Tŷ Gobaith fundraiser, Andy Everley, said: "As you reach the summit in the early hours of July 23, you will feel a real sense of achievement and satisfaction, then be rewarded by the breathtaking views as the sun rises over the Yr Wyddfa mountain range.

"Your morning on Yr Wyddfa will be a memorable one, an experience you will treasure forever and definitely one to tick off the bucket list, all while supporting Ty Gobaith.

"We are a lifeline for children and families during distressing and difficult times, and in order to ensure that we can be here for everyone who needs us, it is vital that our local community help in whatever way they can, now and in the future."