Adventurers tackle Goblin Combe obstacle course blindfolded

PUBLISHED: 11:00 19 March 2018

The group tackling the obstacle course while blindfolded.

The group tackling the obstacle course while blindfolded.


Ten courageous adults donned blindfolds and took on an obstacle course at Goblin Combe.

Participants had to rely on each other to cross the obstacle course.Participants had to rely on each other to cross the obstacle course.

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 or call 01934 833723.

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