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All Out Trekking

An inclusive outdoor experience for people to access the walking and mountain bike trails at Gosford Forest Park using four wheeled, battery powered buggies.

This exciting new initiative delivered by Disability Sport NI and Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council provides an inclusive opportunity for people of all abilities to get out into the heart of a beautiful woodland and access Gosford Forest Park's walking and mountain biking trails together.

The project is the first of its kind in the United Kingdom and Ireland using the TerrainHopper and Quadrix all-terrain buggies that are suitable for people with a disability, long term health condition or restricted mobility to access off-road terrains. We also have joystick options of both the Quadrix & Terrainhoppers, which may prove more suitable for anyone with reduced hand/arm function.

**All Out Trekking has closed for Winter, however we are taking provisional bookings and expressions of interest for April - September 2020.**

Session Days: Wednesdays and Saturdays (pre-booking is essential)

Times: Either 11am-12.30pm or 1.30-3pm available

Cost: £10 per person with a disability, £15 per non-disabled person for a 1.5hr session.

Group Size: 4 people plus the guide (if all using the buggies, however there will be an opportunity to increase the group size if some of the party wish to walk alongside the buggies or use a mountain bike which are available for hire)

Where: Gosford Forest Park (6 miles from the City of Armagh) Enter into the Forest Park off the Gosford Rd, drive past the main car park site, go straight at 1st mini roundabout, then take a Right at the 2nd mini roundabout, as you travel down the hill, you should see the ‘All Out Trekking’ sign on your Left hand side, take a Left down the fenced lane way into the Car Park at the All Out Trekking project store.

Restrictions: Lower age limit is 12 years of age, (there are also height and weight restrictions that will be discussed when enquiring with the Disability Sport NI office)

What does a session consist of?: Arrival at AOT, Welcome by AOT Guide, Complete documentation, Introduction to buggies (either TerrainHopper for Walking Trails or Quadrix for MTB Trails), Equipment familiarisation, Clothing check (safety helmets, glasses & gloves supplied), Courtyard session, Field Skill Drills, Trails (if competency levels are suitable), return to AOT store.

For safety/insurance reasons, all sessions are led by an experienced All Out Trekking Guide.

All Out Trekking is suitable for families as well as small groups, however it is important to speak with us early if you are considering booking a session to ensure that the activity is suitable for your party.

To enquire please contact Disability Sport NI on:

Email: allouttrekking@dsni.co.uk

Tel: 028 9046 9925

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