|Activities – Abseiling
Activities – Abseiling 2018-03-13T17:31:26+00:00



Challenge fear of heights, descending on a fixed rope.

Abseiling is offered as a personal challenge, usually at the disused Millersdale Viaduct, which offers an 80 foot high free hanging abseil.

Abseiling is descending a fixed rope, a method used by climbers to get off cliff faces and by cavers to get deeper underground. Here, there the added security of a safety rope controlled by an experienced instructor.

Why? Overcoming fears, feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment. A “buzz”. Develop support and encouragement from the rest of group.

Where? Usually offsite at the viaduct but could also be at a cliff.

How long? A full half day session

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