Now is the time to get school and college trips confirmed (if you haven’t already) for 2019/20 academic year at Boulder Adventures. If you are returning this will be an easy process, we no doubt have your dates pencilled in and understand your programme needs. If a new customer, please get in touch. We will have a number of questions for you as we do not do “off the peg” this ensures we deliver what you want.
Things we will need to know:
How many of you?
How long you want to stay with us, two nights is enough for some others stay for a whole week?
Catered or self-catered, some groups like the simple option of Boulder Adventures organising the food others like the group to take on the personal responsibility?
How are you traveling to us? Do you need picking up from the train station? Will a coach be dropping you off? Will you have your own minibus that can be used to get to the activities?
Do you want Boulder Adventures to fill the whole trip or do you want some days to run your own visits?
Why are you visiting us? We are sure it is to have fun but there are of course many other benefits to consider. To develop new skills such as learning to read a map, to grow resilience, to build a team, promote leadership or grow confidence in problem solving ability.
We look forward to hearing from you and hopefully welcoming your group to our centre.
We have just had a great week with a group of cadets. Amazing weather for some big mountain days. Other activities during the week included: gorge scrambling, rock climbing, raft building, abseiling and canoeing.
Last week we had a great bunch of students in from Tudor Grange Academy. They were a really worthwhile group who put in loads of effort to make the most of the opportunity having won the Alpkit Foundation competition for a free residential with us.
The students went rock climbing, canoeing, gorge scrambling and climbed Snowdon with us.
The last two weeks of January have seen Boulder Adventures delivering six Prince’s Trust Team programs. Intended to challenge the teams and the weather has certainly added to that challenge. With the temperatures dropping and the snow coming down the teams have had some spectacular scenes for the adventures and worked hard to prove what they can achieve together
It’s been a busy start to the year with plenty of guests staying at the centre already. Last week we had the first school trip of the year visiting Llanberis taking part in Rock Climbing, Raft Building, Gorge Scrambling, Canoeing and a Snowdon Day. If you are still looking to book an adventure to Snowdonia in 2019 please get in touch as we have some slots remaining.
At Boulder Adventures we have a number of transport solutions for our customers. We like to walk if possible, certainly the greener option. You can walk to our water sports centre or up Snowdon from the Bryn Du Mountain Centre. Other times we need to use a minibus or van. Many customers drive to us so have use of their own transport for the trip in which case we can allocate an instructor or kit van to your course. Many school groups will turn up by coach, if this is the case we can then provide minibus transport to get to the activities that require it. We are a licensed transport operator so you can trust our staff are fully qualified and experienced for driving as well as instructing. Having our own vehicles on site means we can also offer pick-ups from Bangor Train Station for those that require. Being a licensed transport operator means we can be pre booked for journeys without being on one of our courses. So if you are staying in Llanberis and need a drop off to start a mountain walk please get in contact.
Boulder Adventures Ltd promise to respect the confidentiality of any personal data our customers share with us and will make every effort to protect your data. We pride ourselves on our honesty and will not do anything with your information that would not be deemed reasonable.
This privacy statement explains how Boulder Adventures Ltd will use any personal information we collect about you, whether electronic, written or spoken.
The information we may need to collect could include name, address, phone number, email address, date of birth, payment details, medical information and next of kin contact detail. This information is collected to ensure the safe and smooth running of courses and events.
Any details you provide will only be shared with those that need to know to ensure your safety or ensure your course or event runs smoothly. Boulder Adventures Ltd will not sell, trade or share your personal information with third parties, nor send you any unrelated information on behalf of other organisations.
Any information you provide to Boulder Adventures Ltd will be stored securely only for as long as is necessary and as advised by our insurers.
We will keep this policy under review to ensure continued compliance with the latest regulation relating to personal data.
Should you have questions or require further information relating to the above please contact us.
Just recently we were approached by Gary, Jo and Sam to see if we could help them with some canoe training prior to their Border to Border Swiss Challenge, they will bike hike and canoe across the country. They are taking on the challenge to help St David’s Hospice. More on the adventure can be viewed on the donations page.
Yesterday we collected a dozen new kayaks to expand our fleet. We now have Sit On Top Kayaks to compliment the Open Canoe, Closed Cockpit Kayak and Raft Building activities we offer from the Padarn Water Sports Centre, Llanberis. This season we will be able to offer hire of Sit On Kayaks for use on Llyn Padarn from our Water Sports Centre in Padarn Country Park. More details regards hiring kayaks will be added to our website soon.