5 Activities To Keep You Moving This Winter






We’ve reached that time of year again; it’s dark at 5pm, the thermals have come out of hibernation and we know exactly how many sleeps it is ‘til Santa comes.

That’s right, Winter is upon us.

​But, if you’re not willing to give in to the cold just yet, I have teamed up with Last Night of Freedom who have rounded up their top five activities to keep you moving this Winter.

If you’ve got a head for heights, the award-winning Go Ape is set 30 feet above the ground and is jam-packed full of action. Each Go Ape site features high ropes courses, Tarzan-esque rope swings, ladders, tunnels, crossings and wind-in-your-face zip lines as a finale. Nestled in some of the UK’s most unspoilt areas of natural beauty, you’ll even be treated to a great view whilst you’re flying around the treetops.

If you think you’ve got the bottle, this adrenaline-fuelled Bridge Swinging activity in Bratislava is certainly one for the brave. Like bungee jumping but with a twist, you’ll swing via a rope from the 25 metre bridge over the picturesque Danube.

​The dizzy heights may send a chill through your bones, but the adrenaline pumping through your veins will bring some colour to your cheeks, that’s for sure.


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It may be pretty cool during a Poznan Winter, with temperatures regularly dipping to -6°C, but you’ll certainly be warm rattling through the snow on a husky drawn sledge. This unique experience will give you and your best friend the opportunity to wrap up warm, climb aboard a professionally built sledge and be pulled over the snow topped landscape by nothing less than a pack of huskies.

​Your morning commute just won’t feel the same after this.

Sitting by a roaring fire with a mulled wine is the epitome of this season, but you can take the warmth of the fire one step further with this once in a lifetime activity. With your very own professional instructor, you and your mates can learn the extremely impressive art of fire breathing in Amsterdam. Starting with water (as a warm up, so to speak), you’ll soon get your confidence, and progress onto breathing the actual fire up into the air like a real-life dragon.

If this doesn’t warm you up this Winter, I don’t know what will.

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​Hugely popular across the globe, bubble football is the new super active sport that’s rapidly making its way from country to country, and is showing no signs of slowing down. Originally created in Norway for their TV show, Golden Goal, this zorbing/football/dodgem hybrid sees you strapped and encased into lightweight, inflatable zorbs. You’ll attempt to play football and football based games whilst strapped into these zorbs, and will run full pelt into your friends, resulting in – admittedly hilarious – chaos.
If you’d like to find out any more information about these super fun activities, or just fancy looking into adrenalin filled stag and hen ideas for the future, check out Last Night Of Freedoms website. 
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