This is your chance to take part in a unique challenge to abseil 165ft SAS style, from the Forth Rail Bridge onto the sandy beach below. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is a real adrenaline rush for the daring and the ultimate challenge for the rest of us!
And it is now even more special as the bridge has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status.
No previous experience is necessary to take part in the Forth Bridge Abseil; our team of highly skilled instructors from the Freespirits Outdoor Company will ensure you are equipped with all you need to make your abseil as safe and enjoyable as possible.
The cost to take part is £20 +81p processing fee, payable on registering.
We ask for a minimum sponsorship pledge of £185, and this money will directly help Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance to continue its vital work throughout Scotland. Here at SCAA HQ, the charity team will do everything we can to help you reach your fundraising target. You'll also receive your own SCAA t-shirt so everyone knows who you are fundraising for!
To register, please contact us now or phone 0300 123 1111, to ensure your chance to take part in this fabulous challenge!
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