Adventure Challenge Event
Perfect for stag and hen groups.
On arrival at the Mountain Park hotel you will receive a warm welcome.
Take your group on an action packed journey and follow in the footsteps of the Royal Marine Reserve.
Starting on the edge of Denbigh Moor the group embark on a journey of self led discovery.
Its North East Wales answer to Mission Survive; coached and directed by former Royal Marines.
The event is a mission based challenge and the group are shadowed by a safety vehicle.
The varied terrain of Denbigh Moors is perfect for the Adventure Challenge Event.
Remotely monitored you move through check points completing challenges over a 12 km course.
The event is pre-planned taking into consideration the group’s ability.
Most people can walk at a pace of 4km per hour.
Summon up the courage to descend into a 170ft gorge.
Gather the strength to ascend the fixed rope and extract yourself to complete the objective.
Have your team got what it takes to build a robust raft and cross the water obstacle.
Test yourself against the terrain and conditions on Denbigh Moor as you navigate cross country.
We have a few surprises in store to test courage, strength and mental ability.
Compete against the clock and accumulate points on the leader board.
Gain points as you successfully complete the challenges.
Our aim is to provide a safe enjoyable experience with a sense of achievement.
We operate to each activity’s National Governing Body remit.
Your activity will be professionally supervised at all times.
We also organise and support expeditions or charity events.
Local hotels can be booked if necessary and budget accommodation is available in the form of a bunkhouse.
The Adventure Challenge Event is best suited for groups of 4-12 clients.
New for 2017 Adventure Therapy.
At one with nature a lifetime of adventure.
Call us for information on what we can provide for you and your organisation.
We offer a variety of environments with a pathway to improve your health & well being.
Activities include cycling the North Wales Coastal Path, ascending Snowdon or a remote residential retreat.