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We can combine a tyrolean crossing with one or more of our other activities at our site to give you a full day of fun at the same location. We can adapt the session to fit into a part day or use a number of our crossings to give a fuller activity.

We have 3 crossings currently but are in development for a 4th, even larger one. The 3 current crossings are as follows:
The Main Camp Tyrolean - A crossing of about 15m at a height of 4-5m. Good for younger families, those without a head for heights and as a warm up for the other ones on a longer session.
The Tyrolean Challenge - A crossing constructed entirely by participants across a 25m gap. You’ll be safeguarded by a high cable but need to put together your own bridge from the equipment provided. An excellent team building challenge with tangible goals.
The Big Tyrolean - A 50m stunner of a crossing. Extra exhilarating as you step off from the highest point on the site and land 15m lower. Quite often you’ll have enough momentum to carry you to the end but amusingly, you might need to pull yourself across the span, 10m above the floor.


Tyrolean Traverses

A Tyrolean Traverse is a method of crossing rivers, gorges, valleys or other holes. It involves balancing or pulling oneself across on ropes or cables. We have a number of options on our private site and around the Peak District.


Whether swinging over a river, deep gorge or steep wooded valley a tyrolean traverse is a great activity for all. Sit back and psyche up as we set up a crossing for you over one of our exciting locations or if you are feeling brave and want more of a challenge then have a go at building your own crossing!

Left - Setting up the tyrolean challenge bridge in the snow. They were a hardy bunch!








Right - The Big Tyrolean catching the sun.

Be some of the first to experience the airy crossings on these brand new activities for 2018. Get in touch about a private booking or keep an eye on the Public Course pages for activity dates in the wood.