If you know Let’s Go Out, you’ll know that we’re all about helping people to find exciting days out and amazing weekend adventures. We also believe that thrill-seeking activities should be available to everyone, whatever their abilities. In the last two blogs we’ve featured ten fantastic venues from all over the UK.
GwynneSpeed Rallying is a family run business in Cirencester, and they’re proud to be the only rally school in the UK to offer their experiences to disabled drivers. They have not one but two specially adapted cars, which can be fully operated using just hand controls. After the shocking accident in which he lost both his legs.
The Thames Rocket speedboat experiences have been ranked as the number one outdoor activity In London. With cutting edge boats and experienced tour guides, they’re a unique and thrilling way of sightseeing in the capital.
Avalanche Adventure have an amazing range of fun and challenging activities on their 400-acre site in the heart of England. They aim to be as accommodating as possible to disabled visitors, with ramps to access refreshments and toilets.
Drift Limits in Hemel Hempstead offer thrilling passenger rides in supercars, race cars, drift cars, and stunt drives for everyone, no matter their ability or disabilities. The passenger rides are driven by qualified, highly experienced instructors at the limit of the vehicle's capabilities. Basically, you can sit back and let the driver do all the work for some no-holds-barred, adrenaline junkie fun!
Snozone has a range of equipment available for disabled visitors, including sit skis which can either be skied with assistance or independently. For amputees or those with poor body coordination or mobility, they have stand-up riggers.Read the Full Article