Types of Land Based Activites - M1

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Compare and contrast four different types of land based outdoor and adventurous activities.



Types Of Land Based Activates - M1

Rock climbing
Mountain biking
Hill walking
Caving
Aims
To climb to a destination on the route without trying to fall. Personal development can be achieved by aiming to climb higher or changing the route difficulty to get to the destination. To climb higher or changing the route to make the destination more challenging. Trying to find what climbing technique suits you best will also help.

Riding a mountain bike through rough terrains to get the required destination. Personal development can be achieved by taking a more challenging route and achieving it in a quicker time by biking faster. Getting to a designation by walking over hills or mountains. Personal development can be achieved by walking to a further destination or taking a more challenging route. Exploring a cave by taking a specific route designed to challenge yourself. Personal development can be achieved by taking more challenging routes such as narrower routes involving water. Courses

Nuts4Climbing
www.getmountainbiking.co.uk
www.astoundingadventures.co.uk
www.outdoorinstruction.co.uk
Providers
Skern Lodge Outdoor Activity Center, Rock Steady Adventure, Low Mill Outdoors Center Spice Thames Valley and Solvent, Rock Steady Adventure, Low Mill Outdoor Center Rock Steady Adventure, Low Mill Outdoor Center, The Christian Adventure Center Low Mill Outdoor Center, The Christian Adventure Center

Groups
At least 2 people required to control the ropes apart from freestyle rock climbing where no ropes are required. Can be done alone or in groups with no limit but may slow down the group with more people Can be done alone or as a group with no limit but may slow down the group with more people At least 2 so nobody gets lost or injured and to help and support each other Teamwork

Be laying ropes
Helping to fix a problem on the bike if...
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