Oswestry and the Borderlands are a great place to come for an active holiday. The area is a magnet for walkers and cyclists whether you are interested in the challenge of walking Offa’s Dyke which wanders along the Welsh/Shropshire border or a more gentle stroll along the canals and around the lakes and meres of North Shropshire you will not be disappointed when you visit Oswestry – where Shropshire meets Wales.
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Unique outdoor farm activities suitable for all adults!
A never-done-before bucket list of activities, with a farm experience to create some immense memories!
The UK Premier Outdoor Activity Provider offers exciting activities throughout the UK.
Whitewater Active offers the perfect activity to suit you and your family or team.
Choose from the many and varied experiences on offer, from Whitewater Rafting to a 90 foot Abseiling experience, from kayaking the Whitewater rapids to descending into the mysterious green gorges of Wales.
Perched on top of a prominent hill and surrounded by sheer cliff faces, Llanymynech Golf Club offers a unique challenge to all golfers from the aspiring amateur to the seasoned pro.
Europes only dual country Golf Course
Only 20 minutes from the Engine House Hoverdays offer a large range of activities with group packages to suit your price and group size. Specialising in stag and hen weekends and corporate or company days out, Hoverdays is an outdoor activity centre in the heart of the UK, boasting some of the best permanent hovercraft racing facilities in the country.
Rednal karting and Leisure offer laser, paintball and karting at their specialised site and have many different packages geared to the stag party market. You can combine the activities to make up a full or half day out. Just give Lizzy a call on 07989 471307 to discuss your groups needs or check out their website for ideas. www.rednalkarting.co.uk
Take a walk in the stunning Shropshire countryside and become a falconer for the morning, flying a Harris Hawk to your gloved fist while she follows gracefully through the trees. This is a wonderful chance to experience the unique bond and trust between man and Hawk and get a taste for the sport of kings.
The railway is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and this is evident as you meander through the Dee Valley.
From lambs in the Spring to the multicoloured falling leaves of Autumn, the views from our carriages are picturesque and ever changing.
As well as steam hauled trains, we also run Diesel locomotive and Heritage Railcar services on selected days throughout the season.