The Ice Factor aerial adventure course is a 250m circuit situated 10m above the ground – it is not for the faint hearted!
Throughout your experience, you are on a fixed rail, with instructors on hand to offer help and encouragement. Have you got the bottle?
Our aerial adventure course consists of
- A 30m climb to the summit on the commando nets
- Tight-rope walk
- Hanging vines
- Rickety bridges
- Burmese bridge
- Postman’s Walk
- Swaying Climbing Feature
- The Swaying Log Challenge
- The Swing Platform followed by the notorious ‘Leap of Faith’ where you leap across the 5m chasm to the safety of the other side!
- Giant Swing
Most sessions allow 2 circuits of the course before you abseil down to the bottom, where your instructor will escort you to the Giant Swing, where you are winched up 15m, before 3 2 1 SWING!
Experience the thrill of freefall as you plummet 12m and swing 50m horizontally – a simply awesome rush.
Show someone you care – Fling Them Off The Edge!
Children must be accompanied by an adult, with an advisory height of 1.4m.
How much does it cost?
Please be aware that our last instructed session starts at 3:30pm daily!
|Aerial Assault Course||£15.00||£15.00|
* Normal price £30 per Adult / £25 per JNR. Prices are per person. Maximum group is 9 persons, maximum 1.5 hours. All instructed prices include technical equipment hire. Ice Factor does not provide any clothing.
Children must be 1.4m unaccompanied or 1.20m with an accompanying adult.
Take The Leap: Book your place today!
Teaching, coaching and development
Instruction, Coaching and Development are provided by Ice Factor Ltd.
Our objectives include;
- To provide training and tuition to the public in relation to mountain sports, including mountaineering, ice climbing, rock climbing, hill walking and other affiliated mountain sports.
- To foster and develop amongst the public, skills in relation to mountain sports
- To promote safety and awareness of mountain environments to the public
- To provide education to the public in relation to mountain sports
Disciplines: Rock Climbing, Ice Climbing
I'm originally from Ayrshire but stay in Fort William now so I can focus totally on my climbing. I feel I've pushed certain facets of my climbing as far as I can considering I have only one hand so next for me is to move onto the Greater Ranges and my first trip to the Himalayas is in the pipeline. I work at the Ice Factor as they allow me to work part time and very kindly sponsor me which allows me more time to climb/train and with severe problems after my fall time is at a premium to achieve as many of my ambitions as possible. I also work there as I find the team great to work with.Find Out More
Disciplines: Rock Climbing, Ice Climbing, Guiding
Hi. I am Pete, the Chief Instructor for the Ice Factor in Kinlochleven and the Snow Factor Ice Wall at Braehead. I escaped from my former life as a Special Needs teacher in 1999 by becoming a free-lance Outdoor Instructor and then spent 10 years as an Outward Bound Instructor in the Highlands before moving on to a series of senior instructor roles around Lochaber and Speyside.Find Out More