Rock Scrambling in the Peak District
Rock scrambling in the Peak District is popular as a School trip, and with youth and family groups. It’s especially useful as an introduction to other activities! Rock scrambling is a great outdoor activity for all ages and abilities.
Because scrambling is perfect for beginners, it often inspires participants to try climbing and abseiling too.
Locations for rock scrambling in the Peak District include Higgar Tor at Hathersage or near Matlock Bath where you can do the ‘Black Rocks Adventure Day’.
What is Scrambling?
- Climbing cliffs
- Squeezing through gaps in the rocks
- Being lowered down a rock face
- Weasling and much more
Scrambling in the Peak District is ideal for everybody! A brilliant way to encourage the development of self-confidence and team working and can be combined easily with another activity.
” We came on your scrambling activity in the summer holiday, it was really fun, and great how you can get the kids to do lots of climbing, abseiling and Weasling which they would not have the opportunity to do otherwise. “
Chloe Telford, Action Co-ordinator Leeds University Union
See what Christopher Moore of ‘The Observer’ had to say about his scrambling day with Aspire Adventure Activities.
If you think that you’d like to get outdoors more, or that scrambling might be the perfect team building activity for your school, group or work team, please do..
Contact Aspire Adventure Activities to find out more about Rock Scrambling Activities in the Peak District