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But if you’re just raring to go and want to book yourself onto one of our great events – and can see the event which you want – then go for it, and get booked!
If heights are your thing then The Descent locations are for you. The abseils here range from forward facing waterfall descents to 150ft quarry walls. They’re not for the faint-hearted; when you’re at the top looking down, it will take all the bravery you can muster to get you over that ledge. Up for it?
You need a head for heights and water to be able to tackle the activities here. You’ll be standing right on the edge of a 25-30ft waterfall, with only white water beneath you. Can you take the leap and go with the flow to the other side?
There are some serious hills to climb in these locations. Feel your quads burning as you ascend the rough terrain to summit some awesome UK mountains. You’ll be rock climbing with and without a rope, so you need to watch your footing. You’ll cover around 10k on the 1 day experience, and around 20k on the 2 day experience. Can your legs handle it?
Heard of canyoning? No? It’s where you throw yourself into a rushing canyon and go downstream with the flow of the water. In The Rush locations, you might also take on the ultimate waterslide. Sit at the side of a waterfall and rush to the bottom as fast as your weight will take you. How fast will you go?
Fancy flying through the trees from cliff to cliff or tree to tree? With nothing but a huge drop and leafy scenery below, you’ll be harnessed to a wire that allows you to zip through the air at speed, hundreds of feet above the ground. Will you dare to look down?
Fancy yourself as a bit of an explorer? You may need your torch if you can’t handle the dark in the waterfilled tunnel. Keep your head down and keep moving. If the tunnel isn’t enough for you, there’s a storm drain to crawl through, it’s a very tight space so I hope you can handle it. Are you brave enough?
The activities vary from experience to experience; this activity key will help you to find the one that’s right for you. Click on the activities to read a bit more about what they entail. Each experience will feature some of these activties. Once you’ve found the ones that excite you, you can check the experience location that will allow you to face them.