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About Us

Twin brothers Steve and Dan Eddies Davies were trained by their father Anthony and were in the fortunate position of not only getting qualifications but valuable leadership and coaching skills in some incredible far flung countries . Their enthusiasm and passion for their chosen career is infectious and they are dedicated to providing our customers safe and amazing adventure experiences they won’t forget! Being a family run business it allows close communication with all our clients and gives us the ability to provide personal detail and attention to all customers.

The adventure centre is run on a 30 acre site , a scenic beautiful location for numerous outdoor activities from laser tag, archery, climbing and caving to kayaking, canoeing and stand up paddle boarding and so much more! Also, down at the site is our sister company ‘Country treks’ which is a horse riding centre and a welcoming log cabin café with a cosy log burner for the winter months and a scenic outdoor decking for the summer.

Meet the Team

Steve Eddies Davies

Partner and Senior Instructor

1) Favourite adventure sport?

SUP Surfing

2) Favourite River you have ever paddled?

Trisuli River, Nepal

3) Most scared ever been?

Lava falls Grand Canyon! (YouTube it!)

4) Favourite place you have visited?

Always Nepal (Tom and Jerry’s bar)

5) As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I’ve been thrown into a kayak and up a climbing wall from a very young age, so I’ve always thought it would be pretty cool to do that as a job!

6) Tell us something we won’t know about you?

Me and my brother Dan are actually twins! No one ever spots!

7) Favourite quote?

No problems, only solutions!

Dan Eddies Davies

Partner and Senior Instructor

1) Favourite Adventure Sport?

Kayaking!

2) Favourite river ever paddled?

Has to be the lower Kali in Nepal on a SUP - it was awesome!

3) Most scared you have ever been?

Same as Uncle Paul - The River Etive in Scotland... still haunts me! Got my line wrong at the top of a double drop and it ended badly...

4) Favourite place you have ever visited?

Nepal for sure, amazing people and an amazing country! (I do also want to go back and beat the Etive)

5) As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

From a young age I always wanted to be a goalkeeper or fisherman

6) Tell us something we might not know?

I’m an avid Shrewsbury Town fan!

7) Favourite quote?

The best way to predict the future is to invent it!

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(Uncle) Paul Spiers

Senior Instructor

1) Favourite adventure sport?

Kayaking

2) Favourite River you have ever paddled?

I used to love kayaking in Nepal, probably the best river I ever ran was the Belethi. Now I like to relax in a canoe on the water, the River Severn is just fine for me!

3) Most scared ever been?

Paddling my first river in Scotland on the Etive! Was all new to me and one of my scariest moments.

4) Favourite place you have visited?

I have been all over the world, but I have a great love for Norway. It’s an adventure paradise! Paddling the Naeroyfjord and biking the Rallarvegen are some of my favourite memories!

5) As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I always wanted to be in the Army, but I couldn’t because of my asthma.

6) Favourite quote?

‘Go hard or go home’ is the quote i used to live by, but these days it’s more like ‘relax and drink beer’!