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Walk the (Adrena)line! Best of Extreme Sports around our parks!

Push yourself further than you ever thought possible by taking up an extreme sport such as abseiling, surfing, paragliding, parkour and rockclimbing (although perhaps not all of them at once!) at one of the many locations near our parks.

Mainly of these activities offer fantastic chances to see parts of the coastline and landscape you can’t normally access by more pedestrian means.

Snowtrax Alpine Activity Centre – Dry slopes in Dorset

Transport yourself to the mountains for the day - whether it’s skiing or snowboarding you’re into, or simply soaking up the alpine atmosphere, you’ll find it here in this indoor skiing experience. Pros can set off down the slopes or if you’re looking to improve your skills or start from scratch, there are lessons for every level! Kids can have extra run sliding downhill on ski-bobs or ringos, play in the adventure park or jump on the trampolines and alpine fort to burn off extra energy.


Thanet Parkour Academy – near Margate

A growing trend and fun way to exercise, this one is especially popular with young people and kids. Thanet Parkour Academy offers parkour workshops and sessons from beginner to advanced that’ll be sure to inspire your young ones to get into sport and get moving!

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Saunton Sands, Saunton, Devon – Tarka

One of the best beginner surf beaches in England, Saunton has manageable walls at all stages of the tide and is considered one of the premier long board waves in the country. These long, slow breaking left and rights dish out the perfect conditions to learn to surf in England, with 5-miles of open beach you can always find a peak to yourself, and only a short way from our Tarka Holiday Park, you’ll not have a long way home after tiring yourself out!


Paragliding, Beachy Head – Sussex

Work up the courage for a unique, exhilarating way to take in the iconic scenery of East Sussex’s famous Beachy Head, near Eastbourne.

Beachy Head provides the perfect location for an adventure holiday with a spot of paragliding. Known to be the UK's highest chalk sea cliff, at 530ft high it really is a must-see for all visitors to Eastbourne. Take in the stunning scenery of the South Downs and England’s southeast coastline and get a fantastic view of the famous red and white striped lighthouse as the breeze carries you high into the sky.


Canoe, kayak and paddleboard in Suffolk

Iken Canoe is based on the stunning upper reaches of the Alde estuary between Snape and Aldeburgh, close to the Suffolk coast and not far from our holiday parks Suffolk Sands, Felixstowe Beach and Carlton Meres! Hire out canoes, kayaks and paddleboards and discover creeks and flood waters, or gently glide with the tide at low water and get up close to seals basking on the mud banks as well as observing a multitude of different wading birds. The 18 mile journey also offers chance to catch a glimpse of some (very cute!) wildlife, such as otters and seals depending on the time of year.


Indoor rock climbing, Tiptree – Essex

Offering both adult and junior indoor climbing sessions and the opportunity to become qualified to climb unsupervised, Colchester Leisure World has an assortment of climbing walls at difficult levels for all skills, whether you’re a beginner or seasoned climber. Once you’re a confident climber you can graduate to taking on climbing outdoors – which offers even more adventures!


Abseil down the Emirates Spinnaker Tower – Hampshire

Take in Britain's best views whilst scaling down the side of the Emirates Spinnaker Tower- daredevils can test their nerve and courage by abseiling 100 metres down the side of the iconic tower and take the scenic route down while getting views of the beautiful Solent and Isle of Wight from a perspective that many will never get the chance to experience.

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