Titan Crane Abseil

14 September 2014, Clydebank, Glasgow, Extreme

Titan Crane Abseil

Jump to it or, rather, jump from it

Experience the thrill of the 150ft freefall abseil from Scotland’s most unique attraction! We also hold night abseils, no previous experience is necessary; a professional team of expert instructors will be there to talk you through the basics of abseiling, including how to control the speed of your descent. You will be provided with all the abseil equipment, all you need to bring is comfortable, weather appropriate clothing, sensible footwear and perhaps a few friends and family to cheer you on!

There is no maximum age limit for the Titan Abseil. The minimum age is 14 and if you are under 18 the consent of your parent or guardian is required before you can abseil.

There is no minimum sponsorship level, we just ask you to raise what you can.

Only 40 places left on this spectacular abseil – sign up now as places for this event go fast!

Register online where you can choose your time slot and then contact Alison for a fundraising pack.

The abseil costs £45, payable by the participant.
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Participants must be at least 14 years old.

If you have any mobility or access issues please contact the Glasgow Climbing Centre on 0141 427 9633 or 07901 711 045.

Participants are asked to wear appropriate clothing for the weather conditions.

The following list are clothes that are not ideal (but not exhaustive);
  • slip on shoes
  • sandals
  • flip flops
  • skirts
  • dresses
  • any tops with materials dangling from the neckline
  • jewellery on fingers, neck or ears
  • long hair must be tied back.
A degree of fitness is required as you will have to climb all the stairs to get to the top - experienced and qualified instructors will manage your safety whilst gently encouraging you throughout your challenge.
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By becoming part of our team you will be helping to bring a world free from meningitis and septicaemia a step closer.

Meningitis and septicaemia are devastating diseases which can kill or disable in hours. Although anyone of any age can get the diseases, babies, children and young adults are most at risk.

Your contribution will enable us to fund research into the prevention, detection and treatment of meningitis and septicaemia, provide life-saving awareness information and support people who have lost a loved one or are coping with after effects, like Lesley

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Heather had meningococcal septicaemia when she was 12 resulting in lower leg amputations and skin scarring

Alison Baker

Alison Baker

Hi, I’m Alison and I’m looking after this event.

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