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5 Thrill-seeking Adventures in Wales

Ziplining, Skydiving, Treeclimbing… Wales has it all and more. What are you waiting for?

1. Go Below – Abseiling

Go Below – Abseiling in Wales

Are you looking to descend into the belly of a Welsh mountain, zip-line, crawl or climb your way through the treacherous terrain. You can boat your way across a lake, traverse an abyss or even scale a waterfall, your trip with Go Below is bound to be full of thrills, chills and adrenaline-pumping thrills. All whilst being led by some of the most fun, qualified and experienced instructors in the country.

2. Zipline – Zipworld

Zip-lining over Penrhyn Quarry

Are you ready to travel 1.5km over a disused quarry at over 100mph, in South Wales. With 4 individual zip-lines to use, you can enjoy this thrill of a lifetime with up to 3 other friends. The Zip-line has been there since 2013 and with no incidents you can zoom through the sky worry free. For the ones amongst you who are seeking the thrill of a lifetime a bit less but still want to have a good time, there is a shorter and lower zip-line available for the same fee.

3. Sky Diving – Skydive Swansea

Skydiving over the South Coast of Wales

This really should be number one on the list because, how? How can you top jumping out of a flipping airplane? With some of the most scenic environments in the world, I never thought I’d ever say this but, there isn’t a better place in the world to jump out of a plane. With Chief Instructor Carl Williams who has performed 13,000 jumps over 30 years at your side, there is nothing to worry about. Your journey from 12,000 feet will be in 45 very short seconds.

4. Tree Climbing – Go Ape

Traversing Go Ape

Likened to a Rollercoaster in the tree, Go Ape Margam, Wales is proud to be the only Go Ape location but easily one of the best boasting views of the Welsh Coast and the UK’s biggest Tarzan Swim, at a staggering 6 metres. However, this isn’t all that Margam has to offer, the country park where the site is located is also home to the largest deer herd in Wales with around 6,000 you will most likely see some whilst on your Treetop Adventure.

5. Mountain Biking – Bike Park Wales

Catching some air at Bike Park Wales

With some of the most diverse and longest Mountain Bike Trails in the UK, Bike Park Wales is Built by riders for riders… Check out their map below detailing every trail they have with different levels of difficulty. With Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert, Pro-Line and Climb, there is something for everyone, all you need to bring is yourself. Bike Park have facilities to supply everything needed to ride, Premium Trek bikes as well as all safety equipment required.

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