Booking Your Adventure is very easy with our online system; click the button, choose your activity and date and pay by card. You can also buy vouchers here (click 'book online' > buy vouchers), these can be redeemed online using voucher code for a date that suits. You can only book up to 6 people per online booking (our maximum capacity is generally 16 people per session), if you'd like to organise a trip for 6+ people please e-mail us directly. If you have any questions or difficulties, don't hesitate to get in touch. Click the button below to book:
If you're part of a group of 6 or more people then you'll need to contact us directly to organise your adventure. The online system won't allow more than 6 people to book at once even if we've got the capacity. This normally makes it easier for groups to get everything confirmed first time round and we can make sure the trip is appropriate etc. We respond to e-mails very quickly. We welcome organised groups of adults and our adventures make for great hen and stag activities. If you're looking for corporate adventure and team building days then we can organise tailor made packages.
If the activity you want to book isn't available online, don't worry! We sometimes have availability even when the online booking system says we are full and it's not unusal for us to run extra sessions if you're really keen for an adventure with us! All you have to do is send us an e-mail and we'll do our best to get a trip sorted out for you. Our season generally runs April until November; we can occasionally organise activities during the winter months if we're available, although the weather is often unsuitable (it's really cold!).
We recommend booking in advance, we're only a small business with limited capacity and we're almost always full at weekends and during the holidays. Our season runs from April until November. We rarely need to cancel activities due to unsafe conditions but if the situation arises we can normally offer an alternative activity (or sometimes an alternative day); if it's too wet to climb the canyon is always fine, if the gorge is too wild the underground slate mine is permanently dry!