WHAT DOES ABSEILING IN HOLYHEAD’S BREAKWATER COUNTRY PARK INVOLVE?
Abseiling means to rope down, also known as rappel after its French name, it is a controlled descent off a vertical drop, such as a rock face, using a rope.
Here on Anglesey, North Wales, we have many locations where you can abseil however in Holyhead where Anglesey Pursuits is based we have the BIG AB which is 120 foot of vertical rock face set in the beautiful breakwater country park. Do you have the bottle to lean back, commit yourself under control and descend to the bottom?
WHAT DOES ABSEILING WITH ANGLESEY PURSUITS ENTAIL?
Half Day Morning’s Activity
10.00am – Meet at designated location and kit issue.
Safety checks and briefing on procedures, the morning’s activity and any questions answered.
12.00pm – Finish activity, debrief and feedback.
12.15pm – Return kit and depart.
Half Day Afternoon’s Activity
14.00pm – Meet at designated location and kit issue.
Safety checks and briefing on procedures, the afternoon’s activity and any questions answered.
16.00pm – Finish activity, debrief and feedback.
16.15pm – Return kit and depart.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
Personal kit required by you for abseiling
- Walking boots or trainers.
- Suitable clothing not to tight and not too baggy.
- Warm fleece and waterproof jacket/trousers in case weather changes.
- Sun cream and any personal medication.
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OUR ULTIMATE AIM AT ANGLESEY PURSUITS IS TO ENSURE THAT EACH AND EVERY INDIVIDUAL WHO COMES OUT WITH US ENJOYS THE EXPERIENCE AND COMES AWAY WITH A SENSE OF ACHIEVEMENT.