Barrels, planks, ropes and water are the recipe for a thorough soaking and great fun in this activity and with the sheltered waters of the Forth and Clyde Canal.
You’re guaranteed a great session with this activity and it is an ideal team challenge for large groups of adults or children. With the aim to build a raft and put it to the test to see if it floats, you will be equipped with buoyancy aids, helmets and paddles, and given a short time to design your raft. Once your team have agreed on the design, construction can begin with a selection of materials being plastic barrels, long and short poles, and not forgetting the all important rope.
The rafts must be big enough and strong enough to carry the whole team through a series of races and games and back to the shore but, how long will your raft last?
This activity is ideal for all types of groups from families to corporate, with its team building and communication elements and is great for those who have that competitive edge!
Helmet, buoyancy aid, paddle and locker storage.
You may want to bring
- Windproof/waterproof jacket, trousers
- Warm clothing that you don’t mind getting wet (no jeans)
- Old trainers
- Full change of clothing, including shoes
- Wash kit and towel
- Protection against the sun, i.e. hat, glasses and sun cream
- Food is available in the café on site or you may want to bring your own
- Any relevant medication
Please note we do not have changing facilities at present, however public toilets are available.
No experience necessary, our experience staff will be on hand to supervise.
Minimum age 12. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
1 hour, must be booked in advance.
Give it a go
- Adult £15
- Child £12
Group size 4-8 people