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A Staff Meeting With A View At The Bear Grylls Adventure
- Monday 12th April 2021
- High Ropes
Setting off with coffee cups in hand, the attraction’s staff headed to the top level 65ft above ground to make sure all the final preparations are in place and ready for reopening.
Sharing an informal chat and a coffee while balancing on some of the experience’s 36 obstacles, the attraction’s expert staff have been working tirelessly to prepare The Bear Grylls Adventure’s outdoor activity for those looking to try something new this spring. In an attraction with so many unique experiences, the High Ropes team took in the view from 20m above ground as they ran through the final checks to ensure everything is adventure ready for the eager thrill seekers visiting soon for an epic day out from Wednesday.
With its free roam structure, guests can create their own adventure on the course, and select which obstacles they take on, from the simple rope bridges to the challenging rolling log on the course’s top level. The Bear Grylls Adventure is offering up to 50% off High Ropes tickets booked online to give thrill-seekers even more incentive to experience the epic at the attraction from April 14th.
While guests will be able to grab refreshments from the attraction’s café and explore the range of merchandise to remember their adventure by, The Bear Grylls Adventure’s other activities will remain closed until the 20th of May, when government restrictions lift on indoor hospitality. Guests visiting before this date will be offered a discounted return in the summer, when they will be able to enjoy all the experiences the attraction has to offer.
As the attraction’s only outdoor activity, The Bear Grylls Adventure hopes that its High Ropes experience will be the perfect opportunity for families to safely get out and try something new after months of lockdown. With reduced capacities on each activity to comply with Government social distancing guidelines, pre-booking your adventure direct online at beargryllsadventure.com will be key in being one of the first to return safely to The Bear Grylls Adventure from April 14th to take on High Ropes.
On arrival, visitors will see significant and reassuring safety measures in place such as contactless temperature checking before entry, new routes around the attraction, new queuing formats, staff wearing PPE and enhanced cleaning, in alignment with Government guidelines. Full details on the attraction’s Covid measures, along with its Book With Confidence Guarantee can be found at www.beargryllsadventure.com/book-with-confidence
The Bear Grylls Adventure is the perfect way to experience something new without ever having to leave the city. Just a few minutes’ walk from Birmingham International Train Station, and with activities suitable for guests aged 8 and up, adventure is right on the doorstep. Head to their website to grab up to 50% off High Ropes tickets now. (www.beargryllsadventure.com)