CALL: 01397 747111

Close [X] 2. Select Activity

Scotland

Outdoor Adventure Activities for School Groups 

 

 

TAKE A LOOK THROUGH OUR 2018 SCHOOLS PROGRAMME BROCHURE

At Vertical Descents Scotland, we pride ourselves in delivering the most memorable and beneficial experiences for children and young people.

Our unique strength and what we do best is offer individuals the opportunity to surpass their own expectations by taking part in some of the most exciting, fun and adventurous activities in the UK.

Staff at Vertical Descents are experienced and energetic, highly trained and fully qualified. Our team is passionate about creating a fun experience in a positive, nurturing environment. We listen to and work closely with school group leaders to ensure we tailor our programmes to meet the needs of each learner group. And just 2-3 hours from Glasgow, Inverness or Edinburgh, you’d be amazed at how easily accessible our centres and activity locations are.

Take a look through our brochure to learn more. Call 01397 747 111 to request a printed brochure or to have a chat with one of our team. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Vertical Descents in the near future.  

4559394746 pre.jpg

 

Examples of Specific Team Building Activities

If you have any other questions please just contact us and our team of friendly expert staff can help you.   

Activity Brief description
Crate Stack Reach dizzy heights through effective teamwork and communication. Build as you climb, one crate at a time.
Spider's Web Pass your team safely through the giant web without getting trapped.
Corporate Maze  Identify a route through the invisible grid, work as a team to memorise the safe path and get everyone from A to B.
Night line Effective communication is the key to this blindfolded challenge. Learn from your mistakes and inform the person behind you in order to move safely along the line.
Egg Drop Using only the materials provided, work as a team to design and build a protective structure to save your precious egg from cracking under the pressure of THE DROP.