The Snowdon Sherpa is a unique bus service that travels around the foot of Snowdon, creating a valuable link between the six main routes that travel up Snowdon, as well as the main car parks, villages and tourist attractions in the area.
It is an ideal service for walkers or climbers who intend to start their journey from one point and finish at another, or indeed for anyone who wish to travel around Snowdonia and leave the car at home.
The Summer service runs from 13 April 2019 onwards:
- Snowdon Sherpa network map
- S1/S6 SNOWDON SHERPA - PARK AND RIDE - Bethesda - Pen y Pass and Llanberis - Pen y Pass
- S2 SNOWDON SHERPA - Llanrwst - Betws y Coed - Pen y Pass - Llanberis
- S4 SNOWDON SHERPA (Monday to Saturday) - Caernarfon - Waunfawr - Beddgelert - Pen y Pass
- S4/S97 SNOWDON SHERPA (Sundays) - Caernarfon - Rhyd Ddu - Porthmadog - Beddgelert - Pen y Pass
- S97 SNOWDON SHERPA (Monday to Saturday) - Porthmadog - Beddgelert
Buying a ticket
You can buy your ticket on the bus. It is possible to buy a ticket for a single journey or a day pass that will allow you to hop on and off the Sherpa as you wish throughout the day.
How much is a ticket?
A day ticket is £5.
Single journey tickets are also available from £2.00
Park and Ride
There is a park and ride service from Nant Peris and Penygwryd car parks to Pen y Pass every Saturday from Easter Saturday to the last Saturday in October 2016 (duplicate journeys will operate as required between Llanberis / Nant Peris and Pen y Pass during busy periods.
For more information, including timetables and prices for travelling on the Sherpa bus, visit the Traveline Wales website.