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Abseil or Zip Line Challenge

Location:

You Choose

Cost:

Variable

Duration:

Normally 1 Day

Max. Ratio:

1:8

Challenge Abseiling or Zip lining is a brilliant event that we can bring to you. Depending on the venue, it can be accessible to everyone and we have abseiled wheelchairs, spidermen and a few fancy dress chickens!

It’s a great way to bond as a team through a shared experience or raise funds for your worthy cause.

Beyond the Edge are one of the most experienced providers of mountain adventures in the UK and our abseil event directors are both hugely qualified and experienced. We think its important that the event is run in a fun and friendly manner, and, take great pride in the very high percentage of individuals who return for further events and courses.

Challenge Dates

As this a bespoke event, you choose the date.

Booking Process & Event Format

Challenge Abseils normally start with you getting in contact and arranging a call back from one of our team. This person normally then remains your main point of contact throughout.
We go through some broad outlines such as what sort of abseil (building or natural) and where, how many people (if you know) and any special requirements.

After this we will usually arrange a site visit to check feasibility and prepare any Risk Assessments. Depending on the scope and location this is normally 1 day and between £100 and £300.

After a site visit and some further discussions, we prepare a comprehensive quote.

If you choose to go ahead, we require a 20% deposit and on receipt, send you all the necessary Risk Assessments and Participant information packs.

One month before the event we require payment in full.

In the immediate run up to the event we are on hand to help answer any last minute queries.

The event happens and we can provide media imagery as required.

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