Caving and Abseiling Day - caveclimb May 2017

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This video will help you decide which cave is most suitable for you
Split Rock - Abseiling the 25 metre wall (not recommended for children under 12). There are more gentle options at Burrington Combe for younger children.
Goatchurch has some attarctive flowstone formations
Swildon's Hole is an active waterway

Caving & Abseiling Day


This full day caving and abseiling
is full of adventure and challenge. There are two possible caves, and two possible abseiling venues.   For beginners to both activities we recommend both the caving and abseiling to be done at Burrington Combe.  Goatchurch Cavern at Burrington is the perfect introductory cave, ideal for both adults and children.  The abseiling in Burrington Combe is also suitable for beginners of any age.  Another advantage of this combination is that we stay in one location for the entire day, with both public toilets and the Burrington Inn (good food, reasonably priced) conveniently close by.   

The alternative venues are Swildon's Hole, the famous wet cave system near at Priddy, and Split Rock, near Wells, which features a sheer 25 metre wall!

Contact us to discuss the ideal venue combination for your group.

Timings
- we usually meet at 10.00, have lunch from 13.00 - 14.45.   The day finishes about 16.30.

Group size is usually a maximum of 8 but we can provide additional instructors to take additional groups.  Our maximum capacity is 40 persons.

Ages - youth groups from 8 years old, but younger children can participate in dedicated family sessions.

Booking - you can use our online booking form or, if you would like more information, please email us or telephone 01934 741623.

Prices - please see our prices page.

Queries?  - visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Split Rock is ideal for those seeking a challenge!
Split Rock - The 25 metre wall
 
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