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Welcome to the New Snowdonia Sky Sports website.

About The Club

We are a group of hang glider and now more predominantly paraglider pilots, who fly in North West Wales. We are a club for qualified flyers- if you want to learn try one of the BHPA schools such as the nearby Snowdon Gliders.

Formed as a club in 1990 by pioneering pilots such as John Silvester we have always been passionate about flying being free and open for all.

The area under Snowdonia Sky Sports stewardship ranges from Barmouth along the A496 to Dolgellau, via Bala on the A494 onto Druid where it meets the A5, from here it tracks WNW following the A5 to Betws y Coed, then North up the A470 to Conwy and includes all areas west including Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula.

Sites Information 06/09/13 Sticky


The site guide is currently being updated- if you wish to know any details about a site ring Gareth on 07879477501.

Due to a recent incident at Moel Eilio and in the interests of keeping good relations with local landowners you are asked not to LAND or PARK anywhere in a the area bounded by:

The Snowdon Railway footpath to the north, the Clogwyn Du'r Arddu ridge to the NE, the ridge line that follows Moel Cynghorion, across to Foel Goch and Moel Eilio to the East down to the end of the Northern spur of Moel Eilio and back across in a straight line to the start of the Snowdon railway footpath where it leaves the metaled road.

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Annual Membership


Joining the club helps us to fund the activities involved in maintaining our portfolio of sites. Members gain access to the full site database & the Sites Guide as well as the brilliant "Biffa's Guides" to some of the main XC routes in Snowdonia. You will also gain access to the club's telegram group and be able to join us on our XC outings!

Joining and paying by PayPal will give instant access to the members' area of the website.

The membership year runs from April to April.

Price: £10.00
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