Feel the fear and do it anyway! You’ll experience a once in a lifetime thrill and you’ll be doing something really good in supporting Look Good Feel Better.
You’ll receive confirmation of your participation once you have signed up and you will receive a t-shirt once you have hit the target of €300.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Fitness is not very important but agility/mobility is very important; reaching the start of the abseil requires descending 3 short ladders and climbing over a barrier. If a participant has mobility issues they need to speak to us in advance. Anyone who has had recent surgery, is/may be pregnant, has back pain or other medical/mobility issues or are over 65 must seek their GP’s advice before partaking in this event.
Yes there is a weight limit for participants of 120kg. This limit is set by the professional company contracted to provide the service.
In the 12 years the Adventure.ie have been organising the abseiling events they’ve only had to postpone it once. Lightning is the biggest problem. Rain and wind is not so much a problem as the abseil is sheltered. Adventure.ie follow on-site procedures to stop and close down the abseil for a short period if lightning is seen/forecast.
Yes, but Adventure.ie and Look Good Feel Better are not responsible for them and children should be monitored at all times.
No. Phones, jewellery and valuables must be left with a family member or friend before going up onto the roof. Access to the roof is strictly for participants only.
These are included in the €135pp rate. Vat is the only extra and your total price per person comes in at under €155pp inclusive of VAT.
The only extra on fees is vat, the rate of €135 is subject to different vat rate but the total comes out at just around €155pp inclusive of VAT.
Adventure.ie‘s insurance covers participants against their negligence. It doesn’t cover participants against loss/stolen belongings, cuts, scrapes etc. Nor does it cover participants in the event of an accident that’s caused by hazards outside of their control.