This is ideal the for the more able family looking for some inspiring outdoor activities, whilst making the most out of a day. A chance to get right into the heart of the mountains, in an inspiring and adventurous way.
We explore the caverns of Cathedral Quarry and climb up through the mountains to the Abseil site. Before leaving back through the pitch black tunnel back out to the woods. At this point we can optionally get out the Bushcraft kit and make a lunch from scratch, over fires, or the family can decamp to the next destination around the corner: the Ghyll. Looking at waterfalls is awesome, but standing amongst the water as it gushes past you on its inevitable journey to the sea, is both great fun and truly inspiring. We have a range of Ghylls accessible in the location, so can adapt well between venues. Ideal for a childs first outing, playing in the great outdoors, to your teenagers looking to be pushed with some challenging terrain.
Great for everyone especially families with adventrueous teenagers who want to experiecne everything. Ghylls are chock full of extra optional challenge oportuinites so the most evergetic of the family can be given extra while the least adventurous can bimble and enjoy the scenery of this unique environment. Half day ghylls are recomeded particullraly for younger teenagers - they burn out quickly and benefit from rewarming over lunch.
We have access to a range of quads. Everyone from 6 years old can take part (Northen Site) . Quads is best (for the adults) when the childeren are old enougth to use the Midi sized quads because the course is more challenging.
Midi quads are for 12-15 Year olds - 16+ use adult quads if tall enougth
Clays are great experience for youger people. The wepons are powerfull - but do not hurt - delivering an eperience unlike any other. We have a range of equipment (excuse the pun) for different ages.
Generally you take it in turns, in batches of shots, so you see the rest of the family suceeding (or laughing at their failures)
Caving is not scary for the parents (it not tight, cold or dirty) There are bags of opportunities to do extra challenges to keep the attention of the persisitantly bored teenager on holiday.
Canoe buscraft is a great option that solves all sorts of challenges for the family. Its one thing to buy that not only fills the whole day with something awsome but feeds the hordes at the same time. Compared to driving arround buying different amusement sources and handing over even more of the hard earned to feed them this is a efffort free and spending light option.
Canoe bushcraft is canoeing off into the distance, pulling up on the shore, lighting the fire and making your own lunch and canoing back. A great way to explore, learn new skills and get out on the water.