How accessible are our activities?
iFLY indoor free fall
Our indoor free fall experience is our most accessible activity within the Bear Grylls Adventure. Adventurers float on a cushion of air which has been reported to even offer a sensational relief to visitors with multiple sclerosis.
Assault Course + Archery
We've built elevators into these activities to make it easy to move around between levels. This experience is guided by a host who will be able to advise on the day which activities are most suitable for any skill- and fitness- level. We'd recommend browsing through our gallery to view obstacles within the obstacle course up front as this is a highly physical activity.
Our climbing experience secures climbers with auto belays, however secured ropes that could provide someone more support can be provided upon pre-arrival request.
When snorkeling in our tropical tank, adventurers can leave the snorkeling tank and get out of the water at any point during the experience very easily. Adventurers don't need to have any swimming skills, but should feel comfortable in the water. Carers can assist if needed within the snorkeling tank which makes this experience very easily accessible, even for adventurers who find it difficult to walk or stand.
Adventurers will have to move through the tropical tank within this experience and feel comfortable to be under water for at least 30 minutes whilst wearing a full set of diving equipment. If you're unsure about this activity being right for you, we'd recommend our Snorkeling experience, as adventurers can get out of the water very easily and quickly at any time during the experience.
Our High Ropes course is a very physical activity and requires a moderate level of fitness. If Adventurers are unable to climb stairs or a ladder, they unfortunately won't be able to enjoy our High Ropes experience either. Our High Ropes Course is also Europe's highest of it's kind, so adventurers will be more than 65.6 ft (20 m) above the ground at the very top.