Aerial Adventure Experience for £10 at Head 4 Heights (58% Off)
- Aerial adventure company
- Public and group bookings
- Located in Cotswold Water Park
- Qualified instructors
- Choice of three out of seven activities including the 13 metre Leap of Faith and the group activity High All Aboard
- Safety equipment included
- 60 minute experience
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking opens 12 March 2012 at 6pm viahttp://grouponbookings.co.uk/head-4-heights-ltd/. Valid 10am-11am. Arrive by 9.45am to be fitted with safety gear. Must be 8 or older. Under 16s must have consent from parents or guardian. Excludes entry to Cotswold Water Park. Dress code: No jewellery watches, skirts, dresses, high heels, ‘Crocs’ shoes, flip flops, unfastened sandals or any footwear that may fall off. Max weight of 102kg (16 stone). Min. height 1.1 metre. Not suitable for pregnant women, those with heart conditions, spinal injuries, or any medical condition that may be exacerbated by participating in the activities. Admission and participation is at the discretion of the instructors.
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Before the days of extreme sports, adrenaline hunters had to stand behind bucking broncos to get their kicks. Hit the target with today's Groupon: £10 for aerial adventure activities experience at
Head 4 Heights.
With seven mettle testing and adrenalin inducing adventures happening 8 to 16 metres above the ground, this haven of hair-raising activity is a one stop shop for those with a head for heights and the heart of a lion. The activities take place at a base on the Cotswold Water Park, a wonderland of thrills and spills, where a team of experienced instructors provide a startling balancing act between practicing safety and reaching for the clouds. Frequented by the public at large, Head 4 Heights is also partial to group bookings for flying corporate big wigs and exhilarating hen parties.
During the hour long experience, adrenalin seekers will have access to all seven of the adventure activities. Popular among them is Freefall, a nerve testing leap from a 13 metre stand that simulates a parachute jump. On Stairway to Heaven, climbers might wish they had angel wings as they scale a suspended ladder made up of rungs about 4 feet apart. Visitors can also join forces and attempt to break a world record by using special boxes to build a tall structure that will sustain the weight of three people.