Looking for an adrenaline-pumping abseiling experience?
Our abseiling experience is perfect for those who want to push their limits and do something different. You’ll descend down a vertical rock face, with an overhang at the bottom for an extra level of excitement.
This is a great way to really test your limits and have some fun. You don’t need any prior experience – our instructors will be on hand to guide you through every step of the way. It’s an adventure you won’t forget anytime soon.
Purchase your abseiling experience today!
- A qualified instructor
- Helmet and a harness
- Equipment for the session
What’s not included?
- Travel to the venue
- Parking charges (where applicable)
- Food and Drink
- Anything else not stated in the included session
Lake District National Park, Usually near Keswick
This is aimed at people who have a moderate level of fitness. Someone who goes to the gym one or two times a week or otherwise keeps fit. The day is at a relaxed pace but with some steep climbs and descents.
Due to the nature of the terrain, we will be walking on steep and rugged ground at times. The pace is largely set by the group. If are not unsure if this is right for you then please do contact us.
For day walks we recommend the following:
- Rucksack – 20-30 liters should be enough to hold all of your kit for the day. Include a waterproof liner to keep your kit dry should it rain
- Waterproof Jacket and Waterproof Trousers – These are essential regardless of the forecast as the weather can change quickly.
- Suitable Trousers/shorts – Lightweight and quick drying. (Jeans are unsuitable for this activity.
- Clothing – Suitable to the season and always include a fleece or other warm clothing. Bring a spare jacket just in case you get cold.
- Gloves to keep the fingers warm and maintain movement.
- Hat – Warm hat for the winter season, sun hat for other times of the year
- Sensible footwear – waterproof walking boots with a good quality sole and decent ankle support.
- Drinking water and bottle – You will need to carry 1 to 2 litres of water and this can be in any suitable container you have
- Packed lunch – bring some food to keep you fuelled up throughout the day
- Personal medication – whatever medication you need, as well as some spare paracetamol, hayfever tablets, lip balm, blister plasters, tissues & hand sanitiser
- Fully charged mobile phone
- Torch & spare batteries
- Whistle – Also in case of emergencies
- Survival bag – It’s useful to carry one of these whenever you are in the hills. Orange plastic ones are ideal.