The Power of a Little Adventure

The Power of a Little Adventure

What kind of skills would you most like to cultivate to help your professional – and personal – development in 2020?

As an outdoor adventure hub with a big interest in wellbeing, it’s a question we put regularly to our corporate friends and partners. And there are some common and oft-repeated themes that almost always wing their way back:

  • Better focus
  • Better stress management
  • A better work life balance

We’re willing to bet that our top three resonates with you, too. In this age of constant distraction, the sense of being overstretched, over stressed and overwhelmed is pretty much universal.

Ironically, it is something we probably all claim to be ‘mindful’ of.

 

STRUNG OUT SOULS

For a while now, there has been a growing consensus that meditation and mindfulness is the key to soothing our strung out, stressed out souls.

Forward-thinking global brands like Apple, Google and Nike have invested heavily in mindfulness courses and time out for their employees. Bill Gates and Oprah Winfrey are well known advocates of the power of meditation.

You won’t hear anyone at Adventure Parc Snowdonia argue against the power of focusing your thoughts with mindful techniques. The idea that being more present in each moment can have a significant effect on productivity and wellbeing is an obvious no-brainer.

But does mindfulness always have to be done in a quiet, meditative environment? Over here in North Wales, we don’t think so.

We believe it is entirely possible to achieve many of the same great benefits we associate with mindfulness and meditation – like concentration, compassion and self-belief for example – by participating in adventure.

IMPROVING FOCUS THOUGH ADVENTURE

The pay-off to taking part in any activity that pushes your boundaries is the enormous sense of wellbeing that it immediately serves up as your reward.

It’s not just about releasing a rush of endorphins – though that’s a nice side effect – it’s way more profound than that. It’s about the sense of freedom, the self-belief, the intense connection to your immediate environment.

Take surfing, for example.

When you’re out there on your board, your focus and attention is completely taken up with being in the moment.

All of your consciousness and effort is put into managing the best outcome possible: catching this wave, making this pop up, standing on your board and staying upright for more than half a second.

By sticking at it and incrementally taking on bigger challenges – catching more waves, making more pop ups, standing up on your board for longer and longer each time – you gradually expand your sense of what you’re capable of, what you can overcome, what you can achieve if your only put your mind to it. That’s a powerful lesson to apply to everyday life. And to take into the office or boardroom.

If our corporate guests, friends, and colleagues are right, it seems we’re all looking for the gift of better focus, less stress and a better work life balance.

Maybe having a new adventure is just where we might find it.

BOOK YOUR NEXT TRIP

Fancy booking in for your own adventure? Let’s do it! Book online or call us on 01492 353 123. If you’re interested in coming with a group of colleagues, please take a look at our corporate packages here


OUR BRAND NEW HILTON GARDEN INN HOTEL IS TAKING SHAPE

Our new Hilton Garden Inn Hotel is taking shape

It’s set to be one of the largest hotels in North Wales, and it is rapidly taking shape on the edge of our world-first inland surf lagoon in the magnificent Conwy Valley.

The envelope of our flagship 106-bedroom Hilton Garden Inn is now complete, with work starting this week on internal walls, along with the mechanical and electrical fit out.

Single storey steel works will be complete in the coming week, and the first of 250 floor-to-ceiling windows also now being fitted.

Our construction project has been underway since July 2019. To ensure minimal environmental impact throughout construction and operation, we’re building it to BEEAM ‘very good’ standards.

The BREEAM rating measures design impact and carbon emissions, design durability and resilience, adaption to climate change, and ecological value and biodiversity protection.

Key measures being taken to reduce the environmental impact of the Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia include an innovative waste-water management system, FSC-approved timber and photovoltaic roof panels.

We’re proud to have brought a one-of-a-kind adventure parc to North Wales, and we reckon our Hilton Garden Inn is going to seriously enhance our visitor experience.

Our landmark hotel will have its own adventure concierge service

This is the first time that the Hilton Garden Inn brand – which also operates at a number of the UK’s leading sporting venues including Doncaster Racecourse and the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground – has been brought to Wales.

It will welcome its first guests in winter 2020 and promises unparalleled views across our world-first inland surf lagoon and the Conwy Valley’s mountains-and-forests landscapes beyond.

The hotel will be complemented by high quality hospitality facilities, including an indoor / outdoor wellbeing spa, corporate conference and meeting facilities for up to 230 delegates, and a destination dining restaurant overlooking the surf lagoon.

The Hilton Garden Inn will also launch with our new Adventure Concierge service, which will help our guests to explore a variety of instructor-led activities in the natural playground of North Wales.

Our concierge service will create bespoke itineraries which showcase the best of the region’s adventures, landscapes, food, heritage and culture.

The Hilton Garden Inn will create more than 90 new full-time hospitality roles, bringing the parc’s peak-season workforce to over 200, and now it’s taking shape, we’re able to see just how impressive the guest experience is going to be.

Hilton Garden Inn Snowdonia in numbers

  • 250 – floor-to-ceiling windows

  • 230 – delegate capacity at adjoining conference facility

  • 106 – bedrooms with long reaching views over surf lagoon and Conwy Valley landscapes

  • 90 – new full-time hospitality jobs

  • £18 million – total investment

  • 10 – secure mountain bike lock ups

  • 8 – electric car charging points

  • 5 – motorbike lock ups

  • 1 – dog wash facility

  • 1 – gym / fitness suite

Sign up to our newsletter to get all our latest updates, and come and check it out as the build continues throughout 2020. We will be recruiting later in 2020. For all vacancies, please check our jobs page here.



What schools can teach you about how to grow your business

What schools can teach you about how to grow your business

Is it time to step away from the desk and find out what you could learn from adventure?

Life is not just about what we learn, it’s about how and where we learn. And aren’t we all still learning? The many benefits of getting out of our daily four-wall confines to refresh, invigorate and inspire is something schools have long been onto for a long time. In fact, there is even a government-backed Council for Learning outside the Classroom with its own policies and manifesto. There are a few good reasons for that.

A simple Google search will show you a wealth of resources which clearly demonstrate the benefits of taking students out of their daily grind. Countless academic studies point to evidence that it can fast-track students’ skills, values, personal and social development, as well as their behaviour and motivation to learn. In other words, it’s a great way to nurture young minds, and to help students achieve their full potential.

We reckon the very same benefits could apply to your workplace, too.

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ADVENTURE

What’s really interesting to us, is what the teachers who visit Adventure Parc Snowdonia have to say about the psychological impact of adventure.

Typically, schools come to us to take part in a surf lesson, or to get stuck into team challenges on ninja assault and extreme slides at Adrenaline Indoors (by the way, we have our own brilliant version of the Crystal Maze here – shout if you’re interested in finding out more).

They might equally be booked in for a gorge walking or high ropes session, too.

What they do with us isn’t really the point. What they take home with them is. The feedback we get from our teachers is both heartening and invaluable. Here’s a quick snapshot:

  1. Getting out of the classroom immediately re-sets the usual social dynamics of the student group. As one teacher recently put it: “We get to see a whole other side to the young people we work with. Previously unknown talents, abilities and character traits shine through”.
  2. Students develop valuable social skills by having to share decision making about how to overcome challenges.
  3. Taking part in an adventure encourages a sense of ‘team’. And it’s not always the most obvious person who ends up leading it.
  4. Pushing students out of their natural comfort zone has a noticeable impact on their confidence and determination. This can really help with motivation in the classroom. It has had a tangible impact on behaviour.
  5. Taking part in an adventure helps students to develop the psychological and emotional tools that they need to navigate different personalities, and to deal with their stress. That has a positive impact on their lives both in school and at home.
  6. A positive adventure experience can have such a long-term positive impact. “A year on, our students still talk with such joy about their experience at Adventure Parc Snowdonia”.

TIME FOR A WORKPLACE MANIFESTO?

By creating a nation-wide policy for its approach to outdoor learning and adventure, the UK’s education sector has stolen a march on the world of business.

Human beings don’t stop learning and growing when they leave school – at least, they shouldn’t. Maybe it’s time for the business world to create its own manifesto too. Maybe your business could lead the way.

If you’d like to find out more about our corporate team building events and packages, or our LOtC accredited school adventures, just drop us a line on [email protected] or call us on 01492 353 123.


We won the National Geographic Traveller Award

We won the National Geographic Traveller Award

We are delighted to report that we have just scooped the One for the Kids (family experience) award at the National Geographic Traveller Reader Awards, in association with Audley Travel.

The awards ceremony, which took place at The Montcalm Hotel in Marble Arch, London on Wednesday night, showcased industry innovation and expertise from attractions and destinations across the planet, from Snowdonia to Antarctica, China to Patagonia.

Regarded as the last word on the best places, experiences, hotels and operators which go ‘above and beyond’ to make travelling meaningful and memorable, the National Geographic Traveller Reader Awards celebrate the best new additions to the world of travel.

Candidates are shortlisted by judges, and then readers of the National Geographic Traveller are asked to vote for their favourites. Adventure Parc Snowdonia beat off competition from The Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham and Tiger Lodges Reserve in Kent to win in its category.

It’s such a big honour for us to be recognised by the National Geographic Traveller and its readers in this way, and we’re grateful to everyone who voted for us.

The award is testament to the exceptional work of our dedicated team who are passionate about delivering engaging, family-friendly experiences to encourage and celebrate the instinct for challenge and adventure which is in all of us.

National Geographic Traveller Reader Awards 2019
The full list of winners
One to watch (city/region): Antarctica
Firm favourite (country): Italy
New national treasure (UK attraction): National Maritime Museum, London
Far & away (overseas attraction): Skywalk at Fuxi Mountain, China
One for the kids (family experience): Adventure Parc Snowdonia, Conwy
Right track (rail): DiscoverEU and Interrail
Across the waves (cruise & expedition): Celebrity Cruises’ Xpedition Class ships
Domestic bliss (UK hotel): Titanic Hotel Belfast
The destination hotel (overseas hotel): The Retreat at Blue Lagoon Iceland
Unique stays (accommodation worldwide): Panorama Glass Lodge, Iceland
High-flyer (airline): Emirates
The big operator (tour operators & travel agents): Trailfinders
The small-medium operator (tour operators & travel agents): Exodus Travels
The innovator (industry movers and shakers): Aberdeen Airport’s therapy dogs
Book worm (travel books): Around the World In 80 Trains, by Monisha Rajesh
Sound & vision (TV & radio): Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond The Lobby (BBC Two)
Beyond the recipe book (food & travel): Around the World in 80 Food Trucks, Lonely Planet
Tastiest food & travel show (TV, radio, podcasts): The Hairy Bikers’ Mediterranean Adventure (BBC Two)
Foodie hotspot (destination): Lisbon
The wish list (destination): Japan
Special contribution to travel: Felicity Aston MBE


Congratulations to all of our Waves, Mud & Mountains Runners

Congratulations to all of our Waves, Mud & Mountains Runners

A muddy good congratulations to everyone who took part in our Waves, Mud and Mountains race event last weekend!

As always, it was you – our runners, supporters and spectators – who made the day the huge success it was. You did us all proud by creating such a fun and positive atmosphere on the day – and it was so great to see how many of you came in teams of friends, colleagues and family. Awesome work! We hope you’ve all had a well-deserved rest this week.

We want to give a special congratulations to our fastest runners… and there were some really impressive times over the (just-shy-of-10k) course. Here are those winning names for you:

  • Fastest male… Adam Temple 38:5
  • Fastest female …. Sarah Newey 57:21
  • Fastest team of 4… The Thomas Nichols team 41:38 – 1:34:27
  • Fastest team of 6…The Karen Ephraim team 1:37:14 – 1:38:07

You can check all running times for the event on the My Race Result link here.

Our fastest male and female competitors got a high-performance wetsuit from our sponsor Animal, with our fastest teams scooping an Animal goodie bag. Big thanks to the team at Animal for their support and generosity!

We have shared some great pics of the event on our social media channels, and we’ll be posting a video edit of the event in the coming week, so do check back in again for that.

Thanks again for being part of a brilliant day, and we hope very much that you’ll join us again for more Waves, Mud and Mountains next year!


Adventure Parc Snowdonia have signed up to the Armed Forces Covenant

In the week that the nation paused to remember those who have lost their lives in service of their country, we are proud to make a public statement of our support and commitment to the Armed Forces.

Leaders from six businesses across North Wales and Greater Manchester joined us at an official ceremony hosted at our new Adrenaline Indoors facility to sign the Armed Forces Covenant.

The Covenant is a pledge which recognises that those who serve or who have served in the armed forces, and their families, should be treated with fairness and respect in the communities, economy and society they serve with their lives.

Other businesses pledging their support with us this week included Tree Frog Digital, Flexible Lifestyle Employment, Kick Start 2 Employment, Gatewen Training Services and Anchor Group Services.

Greater Manchester based One Stop Hire, which is led by our board director Steve Hitchen, also signed up to the Covenant.

The ceremony was officiated by Colonel Nick Lock OBE, Deputy Commander, 160th (Welsh) Brigade, and attended by Welsh Assembly Member for North Wales, Mark Isherwood.

Shenkin, the Regimental Goat of the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh, was also in attendance with The Goat Major, Sergeant Jackson, alongside military personnel from RAF Valley, Delta Company, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh. After the formalities were completed, our guests enjoyed lunch and enjoyed trying some of our new Adrenaline Indoors adventures.

Signing up to the Covenant was a no brainer for us: we’ve established strong links with the military since we opened in August 2015, working closely with the Help for Heroes sports recovery team as part of their surf therapy programme.

We also recognise the significant value, experience and expertise that former service men and women and military reserves can add to any organisation, and we wholeheartedly support them. It’s great to be able to make that a public pledge by signing up to the Covenant.

At the same event, we also signed up to Disability Confident, a pledge to support the inclusion of people with health issues or disabilities as part of their workforce.

Armed Forces Family Discount

We are delighted to mark our pledge to the Covenant by launching a new Armed Forces Family Discount, which offers a 30% discount on adventure activities and accommodation to serving members and veterans of the Armed Forces.

 

 

 


WAVES, MUD & MOUNTAINS – WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE RACE EVENT OF THE YEAR

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

You mean you haven't registered yet? This Saturday 23 November it’s only the best multi-terrain race event of the year…

Waves Mud and Mountains is a unique fitness challenge with added good vibes and a party in our bar when you finish. Happening right here in the heart of North Wales, in and around our beautiful Conwy Valley adventure parc. There's still time to register. You can do that here.

WHAT’S THE COURSE LIKE?

Apart from a huge amount of fun? There are three main stages to the course which take in the kinds of challenges that the title suggests. Distance-wise you can expect to cover just under 10k.

STAGE 1: WAVES

Yes, it’s a big ‘wave’ off from the start line. Your first challenge will be to power through 300 metres of ‘em in our world-first inland surf lagoon. That’s 6 million gallons of watery opposition. You can freestyle this bit – run through the shallows, power through waist-high, or just swim your way to the other side. Up to you.

Once you’ve made it across our lagoon it’s a quick run through our woodland and along our old railway track to our chunky muddy battlefield.

STAGE 2: OBSTACLES & MUD

This is where things get a little messy. You’ll be taking on a whole lot of mud and a series of interesting obstacles including log runs, combat nets, water jumps and tyre pits.

STAGE 3: MOUNTAINS

Brace yourself. This is where you’re going to need a bit of grit to get you over the finish line. Your mountain stage is an infamous killer pipeline of pain – the notoriously steep Dolgarrog Water Pipe incline. How many steps is it? We’re not telling. Just don’t. look. up.

By the time you’re at the top, you might want to pause to take in the view before your cross-country descent down to the finish line.

FINISH LINE:

Your finish line is back at Adventure Parc Snowdonia. Once you’re there, it’s time to enjoy the celebrations with your supporters and give yourself some post-race R&R! There will be a free beer or soft drink for every competitor, with post-race celebrations in our bar & kitchen.

REGISTRATION

(LIMITED AVAILABILITY – THESE PRICES ARE SET TO RISE!).

SINGLE PERSON ENTRY – £35

TEAM OF 4 – £120

TEAM OF 6 – £180

You can register here.

EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE:

  • A cool WM&M T-Shirt
  • Free drink (beer or soft drink)
  • Chip Timing

THERE WILL BE PRIZES FOR:

  • Fastest Solo Male
  • Fastest Solo Female
  • Fastest Team of 4
  • Fastest Team of 6

Your team time will be registered when the last person in your team crosses the finish line. We have some beaut little prizes from our sponsor Animal.

 APPROPRIATE KIT: 

Trail running shoes (no metal spikes). The water and mud will be cold, we suggest base layers for top and bottom and gloves are recommended. You'll have access to our showers and changing rooms after the race.

EAT AT OUR BAR & KITCHEN:

Our bar & kitchen will be serving food until 9pm. If you’d like a table, we recommend you book ahead. You can do that here. Last orders for drinks is 11pm.

STAY OVER:

If you’d like to make a night of it, book a glamping pod! Each cosy heated pod sleeps up to 4 guests for £50. You’ll need to bring your own sleeping bags and pillows. Breakfast is served from 8am. Please call us on 01492 353 123 if you would like to make a reservation for Saturday night.

SPECTATORS:

This is a free-to-watch event. Entry and parking to our adventure parc is always free. Our deli will be open all day, serving hot drinks, light meals and snacks.

FAQ

See below for some of our most frequently asked questions.  If there is anything that we haven’t managed to answer, please feel free to drop us an email on [email protected]

“Registration and start time”

Registration is from 9am and the first race group will start the race at 11am. Each competitor will be assigned a start wave time, look out for your email from us with your specific instructions.

”How old do I have to be to take part?”

This year’s race is for over-16s only.

“Can I enter a group?”

Yes, but to register as a group you must all book together on one booking so we can ensure you’re all put together on the same wave. If you hit any snags just email us on [email protected] or call 01492 353 123.

“Do I need to be able to swim?”

Yes, you should be able to swim confidently for at least 25 metres. All water elements of the course will be well lifeguarded.

“What if I can’t complete one of the stages?”

This is about having fun and enjoying the challenge! You can miss out any part of the course you don’t feel confident with.

“What should I wear?”

Trail running shoes (no metal spikes). The water and mud will be cold, we suggest base layers for top and bottom and gloves are recommended. Bring a smile and some grit.

"Where should I change?"

Probably easiest to store your kit in your car, but you will have access to our showers and changing rooms after the event! Don't forget your towel.

 


CLOTHING THAT DOESN’T COMPROMISE ON VALUES

Did you know that the fabric we use for all of our own-brand clothing is supplied by the Continental Clothing Co.? That means it is produced using economically-sound processes which minimise negative impact on the environment whilst conserving energy and natural resources.

The Continental Clothing Co. also guarantees full traceability of all fibres, choosing low impact cotton, Tencel® Lyocel, bamboo and EcoVero viscose, and recycled polyester in its Continental® range.

If you'd like to find out more about how we source our clothing, brands and accessories, just drop in to see our super-friendly retail manager Josh next time you are passing. Our surf shop is in our main hub building.

As well we giving you the low down on the environmental creds of our product range,  experienced surfer Josh can offer you a wealth of  advice on fins, boards, leashes, wetsuits, deck grips, tail pads and plenty more besides.

Oh, and why not cut down on throw away plastic and pick up one of our super-cute bamboo coffee cups whilst you're there? You'll get a free coffee from our deli when you buy, and a 10% discount on your coffee every time you fill up using your bamboo cup!

SURF INSIDER'S TIP

It's always worth checking in with Josh to get the best price (and upcoming prices) on all our retail lines. From November - March, our surf shop is open Friday to Sunday, 9am until 5.30pm. From April - October, it is open during the same hours, 7 days a week. Check out some of our current product lines below.


ENTER OUR WAVES, MUD AND MOUNTAINS RACE AND RAISE MONEY FOR VULNERABLE CHILDREN

We are v. proud to announce that we are supporting the North Wales branch of UK charity Action for Children with our unmissable Waves Mud and Mountains obstacle course race this Saturday November 23, 2019.

Action for Children supports children, young people and families across Wales and the UK. We have donated free entry passes to the charity which they will be able to use to raise vital funds to support their very important work.

ABOUT OUR WAVES MUD AND MOUNTAINS RACE EVENT

Our unique take on obstacle racing is set in the kind of terrain that the name of the event suggests, with a distance that comes in a 8-10 kilometres. Deep breaths everyone, this is what you're up against:

  • POWER through 6 million gallons of powerful waves in our world-first inland surf lagoon.
  • RUN FOREST, RUN! It's through the woods on the next stage of the race.
  • A MUD-FUELLED OBSTACLE COURSE, including log runs, combat nets, tunnels and tyre pits.
  • THE PIPELINE OF PAIN - your grand finale is a run up the notoriously steep Dolgarrog water pipe steps.

Our course is challenging but a huge amount of fun and very rewarding – every year we do this we are blown away by the atmosphere on the day, and the pure joy on our competitors faces (yes, even as they run through that lagoon!).

 

SIGN UP TO TAKE PART 

You can sign up for a regular entry on our website. Runners who would like to apply for a pass from Action for Children to raise funds for the charity should contact their community fundraiser Nikki Booth on [email protected].

 

EVENT DETAILS, INCLUDING PRIZES, T-SHIRTS AND POST-EVENT BEERS

Everyone who takes part in our Waves Mud and Mountains event will get a chip timing, and an event finisher’s t-shirt. There will be prizes for fastest male, female and for teams of 4 and 6, and a post-event celebration in our bar & kitchen, with a free beer or soft drink for all competitors.

Waves, Mud and Mountains is a free-to-watch event, and parking and entry to our parc is also free. If you'd like to stay over before or after the event, just book our glamping accommodation online for £65 per pod per night. Each pod sleeps up to 4 people.

Our Waves, Mud and Mountains event is also sponsored by wetsuit brand Animal and supported by Conwy County Borough Council.

 

FACT BOX

Waves, Mud and Mountains event date: Saturday 23 November 2019

Distance: 8 - 10 kilometres

Course type: Running through waves, multiple obstacle, trail and uphill run.

Recommended clothing: Base layers recommended. No wetsuits.

Standard entry fee per person: from £35. Competitors entering as a team get a reduction.

To enter with a pass from Action for Children: contact community fundraiser Nikki Booth on [email protected]

Age restrictions: over-16s only.

Registration time: from 9am on race day.

Race time: first group starts racing at 10am.

Finish line: every gets a drink at the Adventure Parc Snowdonia bar and a finisher’s t-shirt.

More information at adventureparcsnowdonia.com


‘PERFECT’ TEAM BUILDING DAY FOR SUPER LEAGUE CHAMPS ST HELENS

St Helen’s – The Saints – are one of the most dominant Super League sides rugby league has ever seen. And it was a huge pleasure to welcome them for a critical team building session at our brand-new Adrenaline Indoors facility.

This was no ordinary team building session for The Saints. Their away day with us was scheduled to take place just a couple of days before a hugely anticipated semi-final play-off: a high stakes battle against Wigan Warriors for a place in the Super League Grand Final.

Fans will know that this worked out pretty well for St Helens. In fact, two weeks after their resounding win over Wigan, the Saints went on to win the Super League with a spectacular Grand Final victory over the Salford Red Devils at Old Trafford on October 12, 2019.

THE VALUE OF BRINGING THE TEAM TOGETHER

Saints coach Justin Holbrook wanted his squad to enjoy an alternative adventure activity session based on teamwork, leadership and team bonding. And we have to agree, these seem like pretty decent skills to want to bring into focus given the circumstances…

Our team duly put together a suitable itinerary, balancing engaging team activities and challenges at Adrenaline Indoors with some down time for food, drinks and team bonding at our surf-side bar & kitchen.

NEW CHALLENGES FOR THE TEAM

The lads put our equipment through its paces, taking on activities and challenges at the caves, aerial assault, extreme slides, indoor and outdoor rock climbing, freefall drops and zips. Pushing their boundaries in a slightly competitive arena? Not surprisingly, perhaps, it turned out to be right up their street.

Did they enjoy it? We think their pictures – and their subsequent huge victories in both the Super League Semi-Final and Grand Final – tell their own story. But this is what their head coach Justin Holbrook told us:

Our day at Adventure Parc Snowdonia was thoroughly enjoyable for everyone. The instructors were extremely well organised, very friendly and knowledgeable. The whole day was run in a very professional manner, but more importantly all of the boys had fun. It was the perfect session for our boys leading into the play-off series.”

Assistant coach Ian Talbot added:

“As a club, we value the importance of team building and alternative activity sessions, they are an integral part of our schedule. The players and staff have all mentioned that this has been one of the best we have ever done, and we hope to visit you again soon.”

St Helens, we salute you. Congratulations on your huge Super League victory, and we hope we’ll see you again soon too.

 

BRING OUT THE WINNING STREAK IN YOUR OWN TEAM 

A flagship and award-winning adventure hub on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, we offer all-weather, all-year-round team building adventures and away days, with great hospitality and glamping accommodation on site too. In 2020, we will open a lagoon-side Hilton Garden Inn with conference and spa facilities.

You can read all about the activities The Saints took part in at Adrenaline Indoors here. Find out more about our man-made waves, surf lessons and wave sessions here. And download our corporate brochure here. 

If you’d like to find out more about how we can tailor an away day to help bring out the winning streak in your team, just drop us a line! Give our corporate events coordinator Tansy a shout on [email protected] or call her on 01492 353 123.