Breaks at YHA Osmotherley

Summer Activity Breaks at YHA Osmotherley

Overview

YHA Osmotherley has introduced a new range of activities, available for visitors to come and enjoy throughout the summer of 2018.

For more information, including dates and availability, or to book onto an activity, please call us on 01609 883425.

Find out more about what is available below:

Climbing Wall

Price: £5.00 per person. Duration: 30mins

Try your hand on the climbing wall; a fun and challenging activity for all ages (minimum age 6 years). Climbers can make their way up the wall on routes of varying difficulty and then are gently lowered back down on a safe and modern belay system.

Available on Thursdays from 26th July – 23rd August.

Zipline or Abseiling

Price: £7.50 per person. Duration: 30mins

Take part in a daring abseil down a cascading waterfall or test your never on our zipline. Young or old it’s sure to get your blood pumping. Are you ready? Let’s do it.

Abseiling

Take on an exciting abseil adventure, with an extra twist – descending our very own waterfall! Learn how to safely clip in to the ropes and take control of your descent under the supervision of our instructors. Water, water everywhere – make sure you’ve got a change of clothes ready… wet feet (and let’s be honest, probably everything else) guaranteed.

Zipline

Dare you let go down this zipline? Adrenaline pumping excitement! Feel the breeze as you whizz from the top of the waterfall, past the trees, along the water, splashing into the stream below. Zipline speed is controlled by the instructor to your preferred level of excitement.

Restrictions/Requirements

This activity is suitable for children or adults but there is minimum requirement age of 6 years. Please expect to get wet feet (and probably wet clothes too!), so please have a change of clothes/shoes handy for when you finish.

Available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 26th July – 23rd August

Bushcraft – Tracking, Shelter, Fire & Cooking

Price: £10.00 per person. Duration: 1.5 hours

Learn the core principles of bushcraft survival; tracking, shelter-building, fire and cooking.  Move up from surviving and begin to thrive. Explore cooking over open fire and discover some ways to make living in the wild a lot more comfortable.

Tracking

Be a real nature detective and head out on an animal tracking adventure. What will you identify? Tracks come in lots of different shapes and sizes, you’ll learn to look closely and spot the differences.

Shelter Building

Go back to the basics of survival with our instructors and learn to construct a shelter from natural resources that can be found in the woods.

Fire & Cooking

Fire is one of the key skills in bushcraft. Learn all about how to make and maintain a bushcraft fire whilst in the woods. Start a fire using friction – can you sustain the flame? Use your fire to cook, purify drinking water and more.

Restrictions/Requirements

This activity is suitable for children or adults. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and don’t forget to dress for the weather.

Available on Tuesdays 7th,14th and 21st August.

Abseiling & Aerial River Crossing

Price: £12.50 per person, Duration: 1.5 hours

Take part in a daring abseil down a cascading waterfall, and try your hand at a thrilling aerial river crossing! Young or old it’s an exciting and adventurous combination of activities that is sure to get your blood pumping. Are you ready? Let’s do it.

Abseiling

Take on an exciting abseil adventure, with an extra twist – descending our very own waterfall! Learn how to safely clip in to the ropes and take control of your descent under the supervision of our instructors. Water, water everywhere – make sure you’ve got a change of clothes ready… wet feet (and let’s be honest, probably everything else) guaranteed.

Aerial River Crossing

Get ready to cross the Ghyll in style. After we’ve got you properly kitted up, take a step into mid-air from the top of the waterfall and traverse high over the water, under the control of our qualified instructors. 3…2…1…GO!

Restrictions/Requirements

This activity is suitable for children or adults but there is minimum requirement age of 6 years. Please expect to get wet feet (and probably wet clothes too!), so please have a change of clothes/shoes handy for when you finish.

For more information or to book please call us on 01609 883425.

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Summer Activity Breaks at YHA Osmotherley

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