Challenging Disability Through Outdoor Adventure




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Planning your Visit


We strongly advise that you take out insurance which covers personal accident, effects and cancellation.

Our risk management summary is available upon request.


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What To Bring

The list below suggests some useful kit to bring with you.

  • Plenty of thin layers e.g. jumpers, t-shirts and sweatshirts
  • Comfortable trousers for both outdoors and indoors, e.g. tracksuit bottoms
  • Money (there is a gift shop, bar and vending machines on site)
  • Waterproof trousers and jacket
  • Camera with film and batteries
  • A warm coat, hat and gloves
  • Torch
  • Two or three pairs of trainers/comfy shoes
  • Sunglasses and sun tan lotion
  • Midge repellent
  • Swimming costume
  • Personal medication

Please note all articles of clothing should be clearly labelled.

We have all specialist equipment for use with our outdoor activities and a limited supply of waterproof jackets and trousers, fleeces, small rucksacks, walking boots for guest use.


How to Find Us

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