Home of Earth’s greatest adventure challenges. Test your limits as you take on incredible mental and physical challenges inspired by Bear’s love of adventure.
At Bear’s Adventure Basecamp your guides will inspire you, push you and support you through four nerve wracking challenges which are specially designed to test your mental grit, precision under pressure, physical agility and problem solving skills. When you crack these you’ll be more than ready to take on any adventure that life throws your way.
All guests will take part in Bear’s Adventure Basecamp which is an action packed 90 minutes completing four awesome challenges:
Break out – Use your brain and the skills of your team to crack codes, solve puzzles and find your way out of the room. If you never give up and believe in your crew, you will escape.
Survive the maze – Sharpen your mind and you’ll find the inner strength to overcome anything. Because when all goes dark, you will find your way out. When the walls are squeezing in, you will find your way through.
Targets – Get briefed in the bunker on safety, mind-set and technique. You’ll need ultra-focus and precision for the targets ahead. Get a score to be proud of but will you beat Bear?
Assault Course – Balance, jump, climb and scramble your way through the assault course against the clock. Tackle high walls and tricky ropes. You won’t know your limits until you push yourself over them.
Then you will get the chance to partake in four Hero Activities, which include a 60 minute climb, 60 minute high rope experience, 120 minute dive and 90 minute indoor skydive experience.
Basecamp is designed for guests 15+, and if you are under 18 you will need permission from a parent or guardian and to complete your Adventure Portal documents. Children under the age of 11 will not be permitted to take part in any activities. Under 16’s will need a guardian over 18 on their activities with them. 16 and 17 year olds can visit unaccompanied but they will be unable to supervise others.
Some guests may find it difficult to fit into our climbing/high rope harnesses even though they are within the weight limit due to their body shape. If you have had certain injuries in the past, such as a dislocated shoulder, you may be unable to fly. There are additional medical restrictions which may affect your ability to dive, such as Asthma and Epilepsy, also divers can’t be flying within 12 hours of the dive experience. For more detailed information please check upon booking.
Height and weight restrictions
Climbing, indoor skydive and High Ropes: Max weight 136kg (21½st)
indoor skydive and High Ropes: minimum 1.3 meters (4ft 2), maximum height 2.03 meters (6ft 7)
Diving: Minimum height 1.4 meters (4ft 6)
Lets go and do that adventure thing like the guy on tv Bear Grills or something!