See things from a New Angle with BAC
Find your Giant Adventure in the heart of Belfast and beyond.
Put your detective skills to use, get out in the fresh air and explore Barnett’s Demesne whilst racing against the clock to follow the clues and complete an orienteering challenge.
BAC work with groups of all ages and abilities. Whether it is for a longer term programme, a team building session, a tourist visit, or a day out with family and friends, BAC can cater for all of your outdoor adventure needs. We pride ourselves on pouring passion into every session and ensuring that people from all walks of life have the opportunity to reap the benefits of achieving something new in the outdoors.
At BAC, we are deeply passionate about the personal and social development of young people and everyone who visits our outdoor centre. We build in active learning to every session and ensure that whilst having fun, you also have an opportunity to work on building confidence, communication skills and overcoming barriers.
BAC has extensive experience in supporting people with a disability at orienteering sessions in Northern Ireland’s beautiful forests and parks. The facilities at BAC are wheelchair accessible and all equipment is provided at BAC to ensure that people with a disability enjoy the same equality of access to the outdoors as their peers.
We have been delivering orienteering sessions at various locations across Northern Ireland for the past 30 years. All of our team are extensively experienced in working with children and young people. Our equipment undergoes stringent checks and upgrades and our team work to the strictest of operating procedures.
Minimum age for our orienteering sessions is 8 years old.
It is no problem to take photos at BAC, so long as everyone in your group is happy to be in a photo. We would ask that if you are posting to social media that you tag us. If you don’t have a camera, you can request that a member of our team take a photo and send it to you following the session. This will be at the instructor’s discretion.
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