The Plan: I'll be leaving the car park at Pen-y-pass (359m above mean sea level) at 11.30am and intend to enjoy a steady climb suitable for non-Action Man types to the top (1085m) via the Pyg Track. Although the event is at the top, not the climb, you'd be welcome to join me.
The Event: To officially make this the highest cache/event in Wales, it'd be nice to get you up on the trig point itself. Sitting or standing... Once everyone expected to attend has arrived, or at 2.30pm if that's sooner, we'll find a sheltered spot to talk caching and swap coins and TBs to ensure this unusual event complies with Groundspeak event listing requirements. There's also a Virtual Cache, a couple of physicals and a moving virtual (ye ole survey monuments- the trig -I think) at or close to the top, but this event isn't about finding them, it's about saying 'you made it!' :)
There's a thread about this event on the UK forum
There are three other 'extreme' events around the same time: Two in Scotland: GC19G7E Britain's Third Most Remote Event Cache (Unst) and GC1EQ1C Ben Nevis Vertical Limit Extreme Geocache Event plus GC1PRQV Scafell Pike Vertical Limit Extreme Geocache Event in England.
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