Adventure Passport Launched for North Wales
North Wales’s reputation as the adventure capital of the UK has been given official status by the launch of a regional “passport” for adrenaline junkies.
Thrill-seekers in North Wales can now apply for their own Adventure Passport which allows access to some of the most thrilling attractions in the area’s multi-million-pound outdoor activity sector.
Visitors will get a stamp at each destination as they tour some of the spectacular recent additions among North Wales’s activities, including Europe’s biggest zip wire and Bounce Below, the largest underground trampoline on the planet.
Those who successfully complete all eight of the challenges will get to ride the waves for free at Surf Snowdonia, a multi-million pound inland surfing attraction which will open next year at the former Dolgarrog Aluminium site in the Conwy Valley.
North Wales outdoor specialists Adventure Map is behind the idea, which also offers mountain sports, indoor climbing and white-water rafting among its activities.
Phil Scott of Adventure Map said: “In the last year, North Wales has become a haven for families that want their days to be packed with adrenaline and action.. stimulating the mind and leaving families feeling exhilarated and with memories that will last for a lifetime.”