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ArcelorMittal Orbit Abseil

Abseiling down the ArcelorMittal Orbit

This will be an experience you will never forget. Expert abseil instructors will look after you every step of the way.  They will kit you up and look after every aspect of your safety. Using the safest rigging system conceivable, they will coax you over the edge and on your way to a truly breathtaking experience.

Make sure you savour those moments.  They are truly incredible!

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £95

Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship, simply raise as much as you can.

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