Adventurers tackle Goblin Combe obstacle course blindfolded
PUBLISHED: 11:00 19 March 2018
Ten courageous adults donned blindfolds and took on an obstacle course at Goblin Combe.
The activity was part of a six-week woodland adventure course at the centre in Cleeve, which was held for people over the age of 50.
Participants had to rely one one another and work as a team to ensure the whole group could safely navigate the obstacles incuding wobbly bridges, tunnels, cargo nets, a foam mangle and a maze.
The adventurers, aged 50-87, finished the day covered in mud and soaking wet, but were delighted with their achievements.
During the action-packed course, the participants have explored the woodland, lit fires, toasted marshmallows, rowed boats in Bristol docks and learnt archery skills.
To mark the final session, they will cook a banquet over a fire. To find out about future courses, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01934 833723.