Gorge Scrambling, Peak District
Gorge scrambling can be a hilarious high-energy activity, which usually takes place within the Dark Peak area, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Gorge scrambling is used frequently by groups requiring a spirited, lively shared experience. The playful character and situation of this activity make it very popular as a unique recreational occassion.
Gorge Scrambling with younger groups can produce a genuine sense of advernture and exploration.
We equip you with a helmet, suit and wellington boots before progressing up the gorge to negotiate a combination of natural obstacles includeing short climbs, waterfalls and deep pools. We will also include some 'imaginative' team tasks and personal challenges along the way!
Gorge walking requires effective personal organisation (correct clothing) with obvious consequesces (later) for poor preparation. Encouraging others and persevering in good humour during periods of sensory discomfort are evident personal qualities that will emerge during this activity.
Dark Peak Adventure Days
Why not use your gorge scramble as part of a bigger day out?
By continuing your journey up and onto the unique moorlands of the Dark Peak groups get a truly memorable action packed day out and we are rewarded with a genuine sense of achievement.
For further information on this contact the Acclimbatize team during office hours.
Rock Scrambling has become an enormously popular activity with our clients. Used by us originally as a diagnostic shakedown tool, Scrambling has now evolved through popular demand into a stand alone activity.
Essentially un-roped rock climbing, this activity is a flowing sequence of personal and team challenges which utilises suitable (low level) sections of crag and outcrops. We do this to develop teamwork, coach personal movement skills, improve and boost levels of personal confidence.
The type of terrain we cover includes; rock slabs, short climbs, gullies, short sections of cave, boulders and chimneys. We may use this type of session to introduce a rope on sections of steeper ground. The tactile nature of the activity assists participants to engage with the natural environment.
This session promotes a definative 'Can do' attitude in readiness for more technical activities.
- Rock Climbing
- Caving | Potholing
- Rope Courses
- Gorge Scrambling
- Canoeing & Kayak
- Mountain Leadership
- Team Building
- Instructor Courses
- Mountain Biking
- Mountaineering International
- Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Mountaineering Winter
- Weekend | Stags | Hens
- Tailor Made
- Challenge Events
- Improvised Rafting