Adventure sports to try this summer…

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With many of us looking to venture on holiday once again this summer, have you ever considered booking a more adrenaline-fuelled trip? Whether you take them up as a hobby or experience them for the first time, several adventure sports can be used to add another level to your summer staycation this year!

Surfing

Surfing
Surfing

When booking your next adventure holiday, you’ll need to search for locations that fit what you’re looking for. For example, if you’re looking to try out surfing, you’ll want to head to the coast.

With several great locations across the UK, such as Sennen Cove in Cornwall, Pease Bay in Berwickshire and Saltburn in North Yorkshire, we’re more spoiled for choice than you might think.

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Rock climbing

Rock climbing

The ultimate test of your muscles, rock climbing, is not for the faint-hearted but can provide a real thrill for those searching for it. You’ll likely have to go through some initial training and preparation before you hit the big rock faces, but as long as you have a qualified instructor in tow and the right gear, you’ll be climbing and abseiling in no time.

Among the top locations in the UK to give this a try are Snowdonia in Wales, Ben Nevis in Scotland, The Jurassic Coast in Dorset, Lake District in Cumbria and Cheddar Gorge in Somerset.

Mountain biking

Mountain biking
Mountain biking

No adventure sports list is complete without mountain biking. It’s a sport that satisfies the hunger for height, speed and death-defying downhill trails and is sure to get your heart racing! With the wind rushing through your helmet as you race past trees and down dirt tracks, it’s definitely one for the adrenaline junkies!

Where can you give this a go in the UK? If you’re looking for a real thrill, head to the likes of Haldon Forest, Hamsterley Forest and Forest of Dean.

Skydiving

Skydiving
Skydiving

A popular extreme sport, skydiving, involves you jumping out of an aeroplane mid-flight, using a parachute to land safely back on the ground. It’s often done to raise money for charity, but many also pick it up as an extreme hobby too.

With some training, you’ll be able to jump by yourself, but for the beginners out there, you’ll be accompanied by an experienced diver.

Hang gliding

Hang gliding
Hang gliding

Suppose you love the feeling of fresh air on your face, what better way to get it than gliding a few hundred feet off the ground! Conquer the skies and enjoy some of the most incredible views that are often only seen by birds. Seeing the world from above is not only thrilling but also a unique experience.

No matter which extreme sport takes your fancy, why not weave one into your next family holiday and experience just how much of a thrill you can have.

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