Adventure-seekers have to look no further than North Wales to find real adrenalin-fuelled antics, with holiday parks in North Wales as the perfect base to set off from. North Wales has now become renowned as the place to go in the UK for extreme and exciting sport activities, that is why we’ve compiled a list of ones for you to try on your trip to North Wales. These are the sort of experiences that will give you plenty of tales to tell your friends and family back home. Whether you’re new to adventure or adventure obsessed there is something for everyone to try! If you’ve always hoped one day you will be able to fly, why not try the longest zip wire in Europe? Zoom above the impressive slate quarry on the fastest zip wire in the world with Zipworld. This is best for adrenalin junkies who are looking for a worthwhile thrill. While you’re there why not try the wires that allow you to descend across a whole mountain? This will be a memory in the making as you take in breath-taking views from an unusual and unique perspective.
If anyone’s a fan of Bear Grylls recent show on ITV, Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls, and has been thinking ‘Hey! I could do that!’- why not try a taster session? The Bear Grylls Survival Academy in North Wales is providing Half Day Survival courses, offering adventurers from around the UK a unique experience. Learn all of Bear’s survival techniques and face survival challenges that encourage you to learn new skills in this exciting opportunity. The course will put you to the test. Learn how to build fires, navigate the wilderness, build a shelter, rescue techniques and the essential survival skills. The course has been specifically designed by Bear Grylls and his team of experts, and it is delivered by a hand-picked team of instructors. If you’re looking for a truly unique adventure to add to your tales, this is one to try.
If you love trampolines, pop your trainers on and head down to Bounce Below. As the first of its kind in the world, this adventure centre is unlike any you have been to before! A 176-year old, abandoned cavern, 100 feet below the surface, is home to an exciting, hidden trampoline playground. Take a train down to the belly of the cavern centre that consists of bouncy nets hanging at different levels, with the highest hanging at 180 feet above the bottom. The nets are connected together with walkways and slides- which allows you to release your inner kid! Open all year ‘round this is a fun day out for families.
When visiting the blue flag beach in Colwyn Bay why not try some water sports? Suited for all abilities the guys over at Colwyn Bay Water sports will you help you if you’re not like a duck to water. Try your hand at windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing or head out on a power boat. This is a great experience to try if you’re spending your trip at one of our holiday parks in North Wales. Whatever your ability or desire there is several adventures to have in North Wales. With plenty of other adventures that haven’t made our list, like white water rafting, hiking Snowdonia, and rock climbing, you are bound to have the holiday of a lifetime. Image credits: Lwp Kommunikáció, Flickr. Available Under Creative Commons