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An ‘extreme sport’ in which the participants slide, jump off boulders or rappel down rock faces through waterfalls into mountain streams that cut through a canyon, clad in wet suits, helmets, life jackets, and climbing harnesses, combining the skills of caving, climbing, rappelling, and ‘reading’ the river
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Gorge walking costs from [euro]53pp in an open group and from [euro]41pp for private groups of four-plus and is well worth it.
We stayed in a house with dormitories and the varied activities included gorge walking and making the arduous ascent of Mount Snowdon itself.
STAYING PUT: Just outside Aviemore itself is Craggon Outdoors, where you can try archery, clay shooting, gorge walking, kayaking and more.
d There are more than 30 organised, guided walks in this year's Ironbridge Gorge Walking Festival, which starts tomorrow and runs until next Sunday.
You can travel from Llandudno in the north of Conwy to south in three quarters of an hour and there are many different things to do from Bodnant Gardens to gorge walking, to a ski slope, horse riding, orienteering.
The Development Tutors take the young people on an access course, a week in Wales doing things from climbing and caving to canoeing and gorge walking.
It puts it into perspective when you realise that some of the young people taking part have never previously had the opportunity to travel outside their own wards, let alone go gorge walking, canoeing, rock climbing, or try out arts or musical activities.
Gorge walking costs from PS45pp in an open group and from PS35pp for private groups of four-plus and is well worth it.
Access to the Balance Bridge and associated businesses is still available and the Manawatu Gorge walking track and carparks at both ends of the gorge road remain open.
Pupils, who were being sponsored for the event, will be visiting the Lake District in June, staying in the village of Knock and enjoying a range of outward bound activities such as canoeing, climbing and gorge walking.
Over the two days the charity's clients went gorge walking, abseiling and raft building led by former Royal Marine and founder of Active Adventure North Wales Neil Davies, who has helped ARCH service users brave a series of outward bound challenges.