Various locations in the Peak District,
Abseiling has traditionally been the method of approaching rock climbs from the top or retreating off a rock route to safety. Abseiling has now evolved into an activity in its own right and is a real adrenalin rush.
Abseiling is the act of ‘sliding’ in a controlled way down fixed ropes. Abseilers can control their own speed of descent whereas climbers tend to lower one another.
Abseils can be any length, from a few metres to a monster, any angle, gently sloping to free hanging and off of a variety of different terrain, from natural or quarried rock faces to disused railway bridges and other manmade structures. A perfect activity on its own or can be combined with some rock climbing or bouldering for a great day out.
Peak Instruction possesses a licence to use Bridge 75 on the Monsal Trail at Millersdale, probably the most well known site in the Peak District. We run open sessions at Millersdale.
So why abseil? Simple, we believe that this is an activity that has the potential of really pushing its participants. Fully backed up with independent safety ropes you are free to experience the thrill in complete safety.
So, come and join us for an abseil, whatever your comfort zone we can help you. For open session dates please check our Calendar on our website.
Want to learn how to rig your own abseils for family/friends or getting to somewhere?
Want to learn a variety of different skills, techniques and equipment types?
Abseil rigging and safety training courses are available. Get in touch for more information.
Please contact us or see our our website for pricing details
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