School Holiday Adventure Activities

Outdoor family activities for the school holidays, ideas for those wanting to make the outdoors part of an active holiday in Wales.

CHILDREN’S SCHOOL HOLIDAY ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES

During the school holidays we offer daily adventure activities throughout the week. There will be a set activity each day for children to experience delivered by our fully qualified instructors. These activities will include all safety equipment and transport to and from venues.

The each week will follow the following itinerary:

  • Monday                                Canoeing and bush craft
  • Tuesday                               Climbing/Abseiling and Archery
  • Wednesday                          Stand up paddle boarding and kayaking
  • Thursday                              Caving and laser tag
  • Friday                                   Gorge walking

Prerequisites: no experience necessary

Location: various locations around the Brecon Beacons national park

Duration: 9.30am -3.30pm (1 day)

Maximum group size: 12

Age: 8-12 year olds

Cost: £25

Dates

Spring Half Term
20th – 24th February 2017

Easter holidays
10th – 13th April  2017
18th – 21st April 2017

Summer Half term
29th May – 2nd June 2017

Summer holidays
24th July – 1st September 2017

Autumn Half Term
30th October – 3rd November 2017

 

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What a fabulous place. Everyone is so friendly  and the activities for kids during the holidays are great, my boy had a blast and we will definitely be regular visitors

Tracy Mitchard

ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE AT PARC BRYN BACH

To see our full list of Adventure Activities click here

Archery

Archery

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Caving

Caving

Tandem Paragliding

Tandem Paragliding

Coasteering

Coasteering

Rafting

Rafting

Climbing

Climbing

Scrambling

Scrambling

Gorge Walking

Gorge Walking

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

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