Ultimate Wipeout Course
The Ultimate Wipeout is located at The Ultimate Adventure Centre which is adjacent to The BIG Sheep Park. This activity is NOT included in the BIG Sheep entry fee.
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ARE YOU READY TO TAKE THE PLUNGE?
You've seen the TV program, witnessed the ridiculous fun and now it's your turn to come and experience the mayhem that is The Ultimate Wipe Out!
Inspired by ITV's Total Wipeout, The Ultimate Adventure Centre in Abbotsham, Bideford is proud to introduce the UK's first ever 'Wipe Out' water based assault course!
Thousands have enjoyed watching TV's "Total Wipeout" laughing at the contestants bouncing off the balls or screaming at the TV "I can do better than that!"
Well now is your chance to either join in the fun and test yourself on the range of water slides, tunnels, scramble nets, balance beams, climbing wall and of course the big balls! Or maybe you fancy a more relaxed experience that will just involve exercising your tummy muscles as you laugh out loud at your friends and family as they WIPE OUT!
This activity is not just for adults, the requirements are that contestants are
8 years +, can swim 10 metres and simply be able to read basic safety signage. This means the whole family can join in! Maybe the children will be fitter and faster than the parents?!
How Does it Work?
Contestants can have unlimited laps around the course during a 2.5 hour session, and timed laps are available for those with a competitive edge!
Times are posted on the www.ultimatehigh.com so you can see what others have done and set your target.
When Can I Visit?
Open 7 days a week with 75 contestant spaces daily, you can guarantee your visit by booking online at www.theultimateadventurecentre.com or by calling 01237 880028.
Sessions last 2.5 hours, with all safety equipment provided.
All you are required to bring is water based footwear (old trainers or wetsuit boots) and swimwear.
What People Say...
"The course is amazing. What an adrenaline rush running towards the big balls before take off!" Scott Huxtable.
A competitor in last Sunday's Hospice Challenge exclaimed, "That was harder than doing the London Marathon but a lot more fun!"