To book for the Children In Need abseil on the 8th November, please click here.

Offering extreme abseils of 400 feet, the National Abseil Centre is the tallest permanent abseil tower in the world. Located in Northampton, this unique venue is easily accessible by rail and road. With our highly experienced team, we are able to offer both external and internal abseils to charities, groups and individuals.

As well as the "big one" on the outside we also host abseils on the inside for people looking for a different type of challenge. Participants complete a 200 feet "normal" abseil, a mid-air abseil and a 120 feet forwards facing (aka terrifying) abseil.

 

Individuals or smaller groups can book their abseils from this page with a credit card, debit card or Paypal account. Before you book, please make sure you have read the FAQs (below) and the Terms and Conditions before booking. These are available as a link from the booking form on the right hand side of this page.

Charities looking to host their own day with a maximum of 50 people should get in touch by phone or email.

If you are raising money for a charity, please get in touch with them directly for assistance with fundraising.

Directions to the site can be found here.

FAQs :- 
Q: How much does it cost?
A: £95 per head

Q: Is there a minimum age? 
A: Yes - 14. You will need signed parental consent if you are younger than 18. There is no maximum age and the current record is 79 89 years old.

Q:
 Are there weight limits? 
A:
 Yes - there is an upper limit of 136kg (21st 5lb). There is no minimum weight.

Q: Where is the National Abseil Centre?
A: At the National Lift Tower in Northampton. Directions can be found here.

Q: What happens in the event of bad weather?
A: For outside abseils this is a weather dependent activity and in the event of high winds we may have to move the activity indoors. Abseiling on the inside is not dependent on the weather.

Q: How fit do I need to be to abseil?
A: This is an extreme abseil and is hard work!! You don't need to be an Olympic athlete, but a reasonable level of fitness will make it a lot easier and more fun. Please give us a ring if you have any concerns about this.

Q: What are the risks?
A: On the outside of the building, there is a small risk that if the wind picks up while you are abseiling you could be blown away from the building and hit it on the way back in, possibly resulting in bruising and other injuries.

Q: Can I bring spectators?
A: Spectators are welcome to come and support abseilers on the outside. Unfortunately we are unable to allow spectators inside the buiding to watch internal abseils.

BOOK AN INTERNAL ABSEIL

Date
I have read the Ts&Cs
Charity (if applicable)
Phone Number

 

BOOK AN EXTERNAL ABSEIL

Date
I have read the Ts&Cs
Charity (if applicable)
Phone Number