Cost £55 adult and £35 children
Lying on a beach all day or jumping off a waterfall! What sounds better to you? If it’s the waterfall then gorge walking is for you!
We have a range of family adventure activities running so just give us a call to see what’s available and then choose which day and activity is convenient for you. Choose from gorge walking, climbing, abseiling, caving, canoeing, kayaking, mountain walks, camping and more.
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How Old Do You Have To Be?
Our activities place in the outdoor adventure playground that is the Brecon Beacons and on the stunning coastline of Gower in Wales. Activities can be tried by all ages and abilities. The youngest we would recommend is 8 years old and the eldest depends on your physical ability. The day can be tailored to suit your needs. Our guides are certified experts offering you a safe, stress free and unforgettable experience.
These really are outstanding shared experiences for the whole family and how often can you say that these days? Real bucket list activities which will have you laughing, screaming and howling with excitement.
It doesn’t have to be gorge walking, you can choose from the full list of activities or even combine two activities in the same day! (Note an additional fee is payable for extra activities)
Price of £35 for children and £55 for an accompanying adult . Please contact for details.
No accommodation with this option. To include accommodation in your quote click here to create your own package.
”Myself and my daughters thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Beautiful scenery, amazing location, the 2 guides were great, friendly and knowledgeable. The only downfall is that we wished it could be longer. Keep up the good work, we will definitely be booking with you guys again”. D. Gavin 2019
”We had a wonderful time. Really enjoyed the morning, valley looked stunning in the sun with bluebells carpeting the woodland floor. Both instructors knowledgeable, friendly and very approachable. Would recommend you without hesitation”. M. Pumphrey 2019