BOLD Adventures

23rd March 2018

BOLD Adventures are a fully accredited outdoor adventure company passionate about developing both young learners and businesses through outdoor activity and education.

Working out of the village of Bolsterstone, with activities throughout the Peak District, Bold Adventures have introduced countless schools and businesses to the benefits and enjoyment that outdoor activity brings. At BOLD, we work with schools and individual students to provide Duke of Edinburgh Award supervision, be it on expeditions into the Peaks or with our themed residentials. We pride ourselves on our diverse range of residentials, from mountain biking to beekeeping to theatre courses, ensuring students with any interests can find a trip that suits them. We are also excited to be expanding our corporate provision this year, adding a range of new potential activities including fly fishing, abseiling and survival skills. These bespoke corporate trips are all about teambuilding, communication and often a reward as recognition for employees' hard work. BOLD Adventures are a relatively small company, but this allows us to keep our courses and products personal, ensuring all our customers receive a package tailor-made to suit their needs. As the first outdoor adventure company in the Chamber, we can't wait to show some local businesses what the Peak District has to offer! Want to find out more? Visit or contact our office on 01142 686669

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