Due to increased demand for outdoor activity events including team building, stag dos, hen parties and school groups we are looking to recruit additional freelance instructors in the Yorkshire area.
The particular qualifications currently sought are experienced instructors with qualifiactions in Coastal Watersports / Fastwater Rescue and Mountain Leader / SPA.
The vacanies provide opportunities to work on varied outdoor activity courses with some of the best instructors in the industry – so if you’re interested then please make contact through the website ‘Contact Us’ page.
Part of ‘The Dales’ TV programme on ITV1 tonight at 8pm is about caving in Yorkshire.
The system featured on the programme is Long Churns which offers a huge range of caving activity for various skill and exerience levels. We provide caving adventures and experiences across Yorkshire, including Long Churn, so if you’d like to experience caving, or develop your existing skills then contact Rock Steady Adventure and we’ll arrange a group event just for you.
Our standard packages include a half day caving experience for a group of ten at £55 per person, or a full day Caving Adventure for £89 per person based on a group of eight. The full day adventures include a hearty lunch and you can choose whether to spend a day underground or combine caving with Rock Climbing – see the Adventures section of our website and contact us for more information. We can obviously tailor a day to suit your group’s needs and we provide all safety equipment – you just need to bring some clothes you don’t mind getting muddy and some wellies!
Our new favourite word is “thrillax” so be warned, it’s one that we expect to be somewhat overused in the short term on this blog!
Maybe we’re a little late getting on board with the word but the concept is Rock Steady Adventure through and through – participating in thrilling activities is an EXCELLENT way to relax. So we couldn’t be more chuffed that there’s now a proper word in common use about what we do every day for all sorts of customers.
To us thrillaxing is what more people should be doing with their free time – getting together with groups of friends, making your heart race with a mixture of exertion and fear then laughing together when the fear subsides and you reach the target.
The great thing about doing outdoor activities with groups of friends or work colleagues is that you not only get the huge personal sense of achievement but you also have the shared experience and the memory of helping (and being helped) to push yourself to achieve more than you thought you could.