Best Adventures In London

Best Adventures In London – London isn’t the first place that comes to mind when we think of adventure. After all, it’s a very big city, and the only wasteland is urban in nature. Everyone in London seems to have a busy schedule, rushing from pillar to pillar. The adventure takes time and freedom to explore, take wrong turns and end up in an equally fun but totally unexpected place. Luckily, there’s more to a London adventure than just climbing the spiral staircase at Lambeth North Station. Or party from your office window to avoid the weekly performance update…

So if you’re looking for an adventure in London, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 11 of the best London adventures to spice up your time in the capital.

Best Adventures In London

Let’s start with a classic image of adventure and adrenaline. Strap yourself into a glorified swing set and shoot over the heads of everyone racing through town. Zip Now London has a zip pop up that hits central London every summer. The exact location is a known secret every year… until they erect a 35 meter tower and attach it to a bundle of wire!

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London has a surprising amount of water for a big city. WakeUp Docklands is London’s only wake up cable park. That means it’s the only place in London where you can be pulled across the water on a wakeboard by an aerial cable. You can bring your own board or rent one there. They also offer hydrofoil and SUP lessons in the water. Actually you mentioned it now…

As I said, London has a lot of water. Including lots of water that probably wouldn’t be suitable for wakeboarding… but definitely suitable for other adventure water sports. For example SUP. Think of all the lakes in the parks of central London! A great adventure destination in London – although you might catch strange looks if you go to a small lake with a big paddle board. Maybe check who owns the lake first…

To experience a paddleboarding adventure without having to take a paddleboard with you on the subway, there are several companies that can take you on a paddleboard, such as: B. Active360 or Paddleboarding London.

Ellis Brigham’s shop in Covent Garden London has an ice climbing wall. Yes, you read it right. There is a tackle shop in central London with an ice climbing wall inside. Our thoughts were also flashed. While Vertical Chill isn’t a replica of a mountain with hanging icicles, it’s pretty close. For starters, it’s real ice and it’s vertical.

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Whether you’re a climbing fanatic or just like the sound of playing in a giant fridge with ice picks, there’s a pass for everyone. You can hire all the necessary equipment as part of the session and there are qualified instructors to show you the ropes…or in this case the ice.

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When it comes to snow, you can also ski and snowboard in London. Sure it’s indoors – because it’s been a long time since the Thames frozen over – but at least one of the centers is real snow. Do you want to build a snowman? Good because you can. (Disclaimer: We didn’t ask the Snow Center folks if it’s okay to build snowmen at your own risk.)

Although Chel-Ski doesn’t have actual snow, it has a pretty cool name. We always love a good play on words. It is also the largest indoor ski center in London. Both Chel-Ski and Snow Center offer something for all skill levels – and you can even learn to ski or snowboard from scratch.

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One for the explorers among you. Did you know that London has an international cycle route that runs through the heart of London? yeah What’s even crazier is that it’s almost completely out of the way.

There is a vast network of cycle lanes along the canals and through London’s parks. Everything is very well marked with cycle signs, well mapped so you can plan your route and acts as a link between London and the rest of the UK. Forget the rest of the planet. Even better, all you need is a bike to experience London’s adventures… and frankly, there’s nothing stopping you from hopping on them if you don’t have a bike.

No, you don’t have to go all the way to New Zealand to jump off a bridge attached to a glorified rubber band. You can live your London adventure by jumping from a 160ft crane at the O2 Arena. As you fall to the ground, you can look out over Canary Wharf and central London. You can book your jump at the UK Bungee Club. They also have arenas across the country if you’re ever outside of the capital.

Okay, ok, London doesn’t have any fjords. We just thought it was a really nice calm kayaking pic. You can imagine the fjords as you paddle the canals, rivers and lakes of London. As with SUP, there are many ways to get on the water. Kayaking in London does tours on the Thames, such as kayaking Big Ben at night. The London Kayak Company also does various excursions… Yes, that’s starting to sound like a Monty Python sketch. Pick any business with the words “kayak” and “London” and you’re on the right track.

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For a more general overview of paddling in the London area, Canoe London has a directory of clubs, trips and courses.

Yes, you can abseil in London. It may not stand on stone, but what London lacks in rock it makes up for in extra-tall buildings. You can tackle Britain’s highest abseil from the tower to the old Olympic Stadium. Wire and Sky have organized a variety of urban aerial adventures including night walks on the roof of the O2 Arena, celebrations from British Airways’ i360 observation deck and the ArcelorMittal Orbit at the Olympic Park.

Same place as departure. We were wondering what that weird structure you’re noticing is… Turns out it’s a FOIL. Yes, the largest playground equipment you have ever seen. It’s called the ArcelorMittal Orbit and is described as Britain’s largest sculpture. But we see through it: It’s not art, it’s a good excuse to give your inner child the time of your life. Rooting their website didn’t say anything like “under 12 only” or “you must bring someone under the age of 5 to participate as an adult”. Go wild.

Did we mention London has plenty of water to play with? Well, if you’re not into SUP, wakeboarding or kayaking, you can just jump in. There is a surprising number of outdoor pools and pools: London Fields Lido, Seperntine, Hampsted Heath Swimming Ponds and Beckenham Place Park Swimming Lake to name a few. Just don’t jump into the Thames under London Bridge, okay?

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Are you ready to go beyond adventures in London, UK and beyond? Check out our epic weekend adventures for busy Londoners or 5 of the best day trips around London.

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It took me a long time to decide if I could nominate this post for the best things to do with kids in London. There are just so many things to do in London with kids that no list could possibly include them all!

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What London has to offer for families…Most tourists don’t even have time to see all the main attractions…So if you are also coming to London for the first time with kids and just want to see the best of the city with your kids, this list will Giving you more ideas than you probably can! In this article we only introduce

It depends on the age of your kids, your interests (and those of your kids), your budget, the time of year, the length of your visit, the queues for the main attractions and even the weather…

We were in London for three full days in spring and had great weather throughout. So we limited our time indoors to the hottest times of the day and only visited indoor attractions that were high on our list.

This list shows what we did with our three boys (aged 6-8) in London. I hope it will

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