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Go Below Amazing day out! 1-4 tickets up to 49% off £32.50 @ Groupon

£32.50 @ Groupon
Rated as 5 stars by TripAdvisor, this is a fantastic day out up in North Wales. I've done the Ultimate Zip trip twice and the Ultimate Extreme trip once (you can arrange a private trip if you have … Read More
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Rated as 5 stars by TripAdvisor, this is a fantastic day out up in North Wales.

I've done the Ultimate Zip trip twice and the Ultimate Extreme trip once (you can arrange a private trip if you have 8+ people) and every time has been excellent and pushes people to their mental limits climbing high above open chasms and navigating by just your head torches.

This trip advertised isn't as tough as the above but that makes it accessible for younger age groups (see Go Below website for info). If there was 8 of you then you could also have a private trip.

Would thoroughly recommend this as a day out. The temperature in the mine stays the same throughout the year so you'll be fine in Winter.

Note this is not to be confused with the nearby Bounce Below attraction.

£109.50 for four tickets, plus 8% cash back on quidco or 7.5 on tcb
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
http://ukcaving.com/wiki/index.php/Croesor_Rhosydd_Through_Trip

Done something similar off my own back with a group of friends, mega good fun. Ended up being benighted in the cave and not being able to see the patch of 'daylight' that marked the exit. Then had to hike back across a mountain at 1AM.
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I went on the extreme trip here earlier this year with a group of friends on a stag do. It was brilliant. I'm tempted to go again.

Our guide did say the normal trip is significantly shorter and definitely aimed at a younger crowd.

Edited By: kingosticks on Nov 27, 2016 12:04: trip type clarification
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thel33ter
http://ukcaving.com/wiki/index.php/Croesor_Rhosydd_Through_Trip

Done something similar off my own back with a group of friends, mega good fun. Ended up being benighted in the cave and not being able to see the patch of 'daylight' that marked the exit. Then had to hike back across a mountain at 1AM.


Started reading it thinking it's something I'd try... stopped at "Third Bridge (The Bridge of Death)" !!
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thel33ter
http://ukcaving.com/wiki/index.php/Croesor_Rhosydd_Through_Trip
Done something similar off my own back with a group of friends, mega good fun. Ended up being benighted in the cave and not being able to see the patch of 'daylight' that marked the exit. Then had to hike back across a mountain at 1AM.
Started reading it thinking it's something I'd try... stopped at "Third Bridge (The Bridge of Death)" !!
Is it worse than El Camino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmDhRvvs5Xw especially around the 1 min 20 seconds mark if you havn't watched this before i believe its alot safer nowadays.
#5
I believe they have closed the old "path" now. The last video I seen was of a new one which looked pretty dull and safe lol.
#6
This is a really fun day out. My kids really enjoyed the 'Bounce Below' option.

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