Activities

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Archery

Do you have the talent, accuracy to hit the bulls-eye? Enhance your hand-eye co-ordination and challenge yourself whilst focusing on hitting the bulls-eye. Instructor provided.


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Crate Stacking

One of our new exciting High Ropes elements, secure in a helmet and harness, groups work together in teams to get their group as high as possible by adding crates to the stack without it collapsing.


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Indoor Climbing Wall

From absolute beginners to seasoned veterans indoor climbing walls give climbers the opportunity to climb regardless of the weather. Regular route-setting maintains a constant flow of new challenges for climbers of all levels.


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Zip-line

Our 45m fixed zip-line is definitely a favourite to groups who have visited the centre. There are endless hours of fun to be had by everyone.


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Orienteering Courses

Step off the beaten track and explore some of Mount Mellerays beautiful surrounding areas. Learn orienteering with our three specially drawn up courses.


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Assault Course

The assault course challenges the youngest Beaver cub to the oldest scout. With several different obstacles, it will bring out the competitive side to people or it can be an adventurous source of exercise. They offer ideal team building activity incorporating communication, trust and empathy.


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Backwoods Cooking

Backwoods cooking is widely practiced within the Scouting movement. This is a method of cooking and meal preparation without the use of kitchen implements. It commonly takes place in the backwoods, often in combination with wild or conventional camping.


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Pioneering

In the Scout Movement, pioneering is the art of using ropes and wooden spars joined by lashings and knots to create a structure. Pioneering can be used for constructing small items such as camp gadgets up to larger structures such as bridges and towers.