#ReadyToFly ZIPLINE Challenge in aid of ISPCC Childline
The ISPCC is delighted to launch their first ever Extreme Zip Line Event. On Saturday 21st April 2018, 100 participants will take part in the world’s fastest zip line. ‘Velocity’ based in Snowdonia, Wales is also the longest zip line in Europe.
The adventure day will begin boarding the Ferry to Holyhead, where we will be met by buses to bring us to Zipworld. Each participant will take part in the mini zip and then the big zip, Velocity, where participants can reach speeds up to 100mph. Each participant will then take part in the Fforest Coaster. Lunch and dinner will be provided.
This is the ultimate corporate day out, or a challenge to take on with your friends. So round up your friends and colleagues and join the ISPCC Childline for an adventure day that you won’t forget. Are you #ReadyToFly ?
Places are limited. To register, simply fill in the form below.
Total fundraising target €650 - A non-refundable deposit of €150 must be paid 1 week after registration date; and the balance of €500 fundraising should be donated to the ISPCC 1 week before departure date.
This is a long full one day trip from approximately 8am-11.30pm.
What you will need to take part in the event:
- Acceptable form of id for the ferry – you can check acceptable forms of id’s at http://www.irishferries.com/ie-en/frequently-asked-questions/top-10-faqs/passports-identification/
- Regular travel insurance. Available online for approx €5
ZipWorld Terms and Conditions
The maximum permitted weight for an individual on Velocity is 120kg (18.8 stone).
Adventures may occasionally be compromised by adverse weather conditions. In such circumstances, Zip World may amend weight restrictions, delay adventures or postpone altogether. Zip World shall endeavour to notify customers of such changes in advance although at times operations may be compromised without prior notice. The Customer may re-schedule the booking within 12 months of the date of the activity booked or change to another of Zip World's adventures to the same value.
We strongly advise you to wear warm and waterproof clothing. On warm summer days please still bear in mind the zip lines are in a mountainous environment where temperatures are significantly lower than elsewhere, shoulders must be covered i.e. no strappy vests, shorts are permitted but must be knee length.
Long hair should be tied back, all jewellery, scarves and headscarves to be removed and skirts are not recommended.
For your feet; training shoes or walking boots are recommended. Open toe shoes, flip flops, sandals, wellies or similar footwear is not permitted. Zip World reserves the right to refuse admittance should appropriate clothing not be worn.
A full list of terms and conditions can be found here https://www.zipworld.co.uk/contact/terms-and-conditions
NB: Please note that this event is weather dependant. In the unlikely event where weather conditions are particularly
inclement Zipworld have the complete discretion to postpone an event for safety concerns. A later date wiil be organised in the
event of this happening.