Caving in the Derbyshire Peak District in caves and abandoned mines
Add Climbing, Abseiling, Gorging or Team Challenge for £20PP EXTRA
Experienced instructors to ensure your enjoyment and safety
One of the very best places in the UK to try this amazing activity
Helmets and all safety equipment
Located in pretty Peak District countryside
Fancy a dirty weekend away? It doesn’t get much muckier than this. Caving in the Peak District is a real contender for a team building, hen do or stag activity weekend.
At a location in The Peak District, this is an excellent all year round activity whatever the weather. The Peak District has many caves and mines to explore enabling a suitable venue to be chosen whatever the weather and ability of the group. A subterranean wonderland of passages, streams, fossils and even waterfalls in places.
For a real ‘grin factor’ activity, put this subterranean shenanigans on your list.
This activity will take place in The Peak District at one of the following locations, depending on the time of year – Black Rocks, Stoney Middleton, Beeley Moor or Millers Dale.
If you want to extend the fun from just caving in the Peak District, you can upgrade to a full day of activities by choosing Gorge Scrambling, Abseiling, Rock Climbing or Team Challenge to add to the second half of the day.
This means that you would start your day at approx 10am, do your first activity in the morning, break for lunch somewhere local (such as a good country pub or cafe, and lunch is at your own cost) and then get stuck into your second activity in the afternoon. This would mean you would finish for approx 3.30pm. And all for a cracking £69pp.