The Snowdonia National Park has produced six updated leaflets covering routes up the highest mountain in Wales.
It has published new guides to the Rhyd Ddu, Snowdon Ranger, Llanberis, PYG, Miners' and Watkin Paths, with these replacing older ones dating from the 1990s.
They include children's puzzles to amuse youngsters and help get them interested in the mountains.
Director of land management at the national park authority Emyr Williams said: "The leaflets will be ideal gifts for walkers who are keen to learn more about Snowdonia's paths."
Walkers checking out the roots anytime soon may benefit from wearing thermal gloves
as they make their way up the 3,560 ft mountain.
The authority has also produced a DVD showing aerial footage of the national park, although Mr Williams suggested that may appeal more to armchair enthusiasts.
In addition to the popular paths featured in the leaflets, adventurous climbers might want to tackle the peak via the knife-edge ridge of Crib Goch as part of the classic Snowdon Horseshoe.