Multi Activity Events
00.7 Bond Stag and Hen Day Quad Biking & Honda Pilots Quad Biking & Clay Pigeon Shooting Quad Biking & Reverse Steer Vehicle Quad Biking, 2 Short Team Tasks & Canal Crossing Reverse Steer, 2 Short Team Tasks & Canal Crossing Archery & Quad Biking Archery & Reverse Steer Vehicle Archery & Clay Pigeon Shooting Mix'n'Match
Single Activity Events
Arena offers you the opportunity to learns new skills and have a great deal of fun whilst you are about it!
The following events concentrate on a single activity...
Welcome to the World of the Quad Bikes. Great fun and ideal for all levels of experience. If you have not ridden them before our experienced Instructors are on hand to give you a thorough briefing before taking you out onto the 250 site. You will sample the parkland settings, some of the 8 miles of private tracks as well as the 2 off road 4 x 4 courses.
Paintballing has been going for over 25 years and is still enormous fun. Armed with the Inferno markers and plenty of ammo, you and the team have various challenges to win - Flag Swipe in the Speedball arena, Attack and Defend in the woods, Ambush Alley and last but by no means the least, The Stag Hunt!. We provide the overalls, guns, gas and paintballs. You just need to bring some friends and get stuck in.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Armed but not dangerous! If you have ever wanted to try Clay Pigeon Shooting or improve your skills, this is for you. We use CPSA Instructors and provide the guns - over and under 12 bores for the gentlemen and 20 bore for the ladies plus clays, cartridges and ear defenders. After an initial briefing it is your chance to have a practice before the competition starts. Several different stands such as Rising Teal, Left to Right and Going Away. The exhilaration of smashing the clays (before they hit the ground!) is something everyone should experience.
Looking for a day with a difference? Reasonably competitive and a lot of fun, the Team Tasks are an ideal way of people getting to know each other before the big day. The Assault Course, Fred's Cadillac, Minefield, Discs and Canal Crossing are some of the tasks on offer. We provide the Instruction and safety kit but you need to provide the change of clothing - especially if you are the Stag or Hen as you could get very wet.
Mountain Bike Orienteering
Don't have a Mountain Bike - don't worry. We can provide a suitable bike for you plus cycling helmet. Superb countryside overlooking Bewl Water and miles of purpose built tracks on site makes this an orienteering event with a difference. Over 20 different locations to be visited within the time and each one worth a certain amount of points. Remember, Points Mean Prizes. Work out the route that best suits your team and get peddling.
Ideal as a fun event for Stag and Hen days, or as a competitive team building or fund raising event. Using 1:25.000 scale maps, compasses are not required as field boundaries are shown in detail to aid navigation. Teams will be issued with a list of map references, each of which relates to a cryptic clue. The answer can only be found by visiting the actual spot. The most distant places will be worth more points, but they cannot all be visited in the time allowed.
A bit different from the normal Stag/Hen event but one of the best ways of working up a sweat and thirst ready for the evening. The event is catered to the fitness levels of the group . Included warm ups and stretches, the Assault Course, maybe the kettle bells as well as some great jogs/runs around the 8 miles of private tracks on site. How about the fitness session pulling tyres around the 4 x 4 course - great training for Arctic crossings. Professional trainers provided who want you to have a great time.
Food for Free - Foraging
Fancy Foraging for Food? You have read the books and seen the documentaries but how easy would it be to live off the land. With nearly 70 acres of woodland and miles of ancient hedgerows the abundance of edible flora and fauna as well as animals is amazing. Not only will you have the opportunity to learn much more about the local environment but you will also have the opportunity to pick, pluck, dig up, catch something for your lunch and even take home. Probably just as important will be a few tips on what NOT to eat!