Many people will tell you that there isn’t an ‘easy’ path up Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa); it is, after all, a mountain.
However, you might want to know which is the ‘easiest’ path up Snowdon?
There are 6 main paths up Snowdon, and all of them are different, with various pros and cons, depending on your experience and what you want to get out of your walk.
That said, the Llanberis Path is generally considered to be the easiest, followed by the Snowdon Ranger Path as neither have any narrow or exposed sections, nor are hands needed at any point. They are both just long uphill walks with some steepish sections (this is, after all, a mountain!) though the path is good underfoot.
You can get all the information you need about the paths by clicking on the comparing the paths tab, and then looking at the individual paths in detail.
This website will give you information and answers to every aspect of planning a walk up Snowdon, from where to park, which path to take, toilets, the weather, what to wear and take, fitness, safety, and so much more.
Halfway Bridge on the Llanberis Path