Seven ways to have an action-packed day out in Lanarkshire
You don’t need to travel the world to find adventure, because in Lanarkshire, we’ve got plenty to get the heart racing.
Whether you’re the biggest daredevil or the youngest explorer, these seven activities guarantee an action-packed day out.
There’s no better way to get the adrenaline pumping than by paragliding through the skies of Lanarkshire.
Whether you’ve flown before are just looking to try something new, Cloudbusters can glide you through all stages of the training so you’ll be soaring in no time.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve just ditched the training wheels or are on track to be the next Danny MacAskill, Scotland’s first indoor e-bike arena has everything you’ll need for a wheelie good day out.
Whizzing around on electric bikes, you’ll have the same fast-paced experience of traditional off-road biking without the usual noise and exhaust fumes.
With everything from archery to off-road karting Eden Leisure Village is not for the faint hearted.
Strap yourself into a giant inflatable bubble for a game of five aside zorb-football, or challenge your mates to a competitive game of airsoft, a combat style sport similar to paintball.
After a day of adventure in the Lanarkshire countryside, you can rest up at one of the onsite Glamping pods.
Get the heart racing by flipping your way across more than 16,000 square feet of interconnected trampolines.
At Europe’s second largest extreme trampoline park you’ll be able to jump higher than Michael Jordan on the trampoline basketball court or join in with a fast-paced game of dodgeball.
If you want to keep your feet firmly on the ground, then there’s an onsite laser tag centre.
Perfect for the smallest adventurer, Drumpellier Park’s newest interactive play space will have plenty to explore.
The ‘Crannog Play Area’ will officially open on Sunday 18th June and families can head along to celebrate the launch.
Inspired by an old iron-age house, the play area not only makes for a fun day out, it encourages the little ones to immerse themselves in the history of the local surroundings.
A short drive from Glasgow’s City Centre, you’ll find Scotland’s newest indoor skate park.
From BMXing, to rollerblading and skateboarding, the new arena is set up for both beginners and seasoned professionals. There’s even a dedicated foam pit area where you can practice your flips and tricks without getting any bumps and bruises.
If one adventure isn’t enough, then our carefully created pre-planned itineraries are definitely for you. Packed full of adrenaline pumping activities, from paintball, to rock climbing and water sports, these guides have everything you need to make sure you get the most out your trip.
For more information on things to do in Lanarkshire this summer check out our dedicated what’s on page.