Offering the ultimate abseil in the Peak District, a must do for any thrill seeker. Be in total control of your decent, with the comfort of a safety rope and your instructor. Experience a great sense of achievement whilst in the Peak District Abseiling
Built by Midland Railway in 1866 this was the main line between London and Buxton. Now disused as a railway and also called the Monsal Trail, this is very popular with cylclists. The bridge was built over the river Wye.
Miller's Dale abseil is a year round activity and is not weather dependent.
All equipment required for the activity is provided, clients will need suitable, comfortable clothing for the weather conditions, including water proofs. Hiking Boots, trainers or sensible footwear.
Snacks, drinks or a pack lunch are welcome for this activity.
This activity is 2 hours maximum
3 or more participents
10 minutes from a cafe
All instructors are qualified and trained to provide abseiling, including at Miller's Dale Bridge. All instructors have up to date First Aid training. License holders for providing abseils at Miller's Dale Bridge. Policies and Procedures including Risk Assessments are in place.