Children Caving

Caving from YHA Edale

Overview

YHA are supporting OS National GetOutside day on 29th Sep 2019 with some free to join activities at selected hostels.

Explore a new world underground and make your way through the caves and mines that makes the village of Edale unique! We have a team of experienced instructors that will lead the way through the mysterious caves and mines. Once underground, many of the exciting challenges are optional, in order to suit the needs of everyone taking part. A taste of complete darkness and a welly-full of water can generally be relied on. Maximum of number that can book is 12.

Activities are suitable for ages 8 and up and children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Book your accommodation with YHA Edale Activity Centre

What makes it special

  • Accessible Exploration
  • Explore a new world underground
  • Optional challenges for all skills

9:15-12:45.

 

Price

Free - Book your tickets here.

Hostels nearby

Caving from YHA Edale

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Map references

OS Map: 110

OS Grid Ref: SK139865

Lat/Lng: 53.376148, -1.791024

Contact information

Email: [email protected]

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