Category Archives: Gorge Walking

CHMAS – Round Up Of 2016

Wow, just where did 2016 go! Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) has had an exceptional year providing lots of fun and adventures through our freelance work with other organisations, DofE Programmes and instructor training courses. The feedback received, has … Continue reading

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CHMAS – Round Up of 2015

Wow, just where did 2015 go! Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) has had an exceptional year providing lots of fun and adventures through our freelance work with other organisations, multi activity holidays, DofE Programmes and instructor training courses. The … Continue reading

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Round Up of 2014

Wow, just where has 2014 gone! Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) has had an action packed year providing lots of fun and adventures whether it be working a Year 3 Group on woodland walk or hosting high level leadership … Continue reading

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CHMAS – Round Up of 2013

Wow! What an action packed year 2013 has been for Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS). We have provided lots of courses and activities and the feedback has been exceptional with our customers tell us they really like the way our courses are structured and … Continue reading

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CHMAS – Round Up of 2012

It’s been another busy here at Chris Hughes Multi Activity Services (CHMAS) and I’m really pleased with how well things turned out in 2012. On the company side of things, our sales have increased and we have an increasing number of returning … Continue reading

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Gorge Walking – Wet but Fun

Last week,  I was working for my friends at Whitewater Active leading a gorge walk for a group of friends from Yorkshire (Bev, Sue, Nikki Liz and Jules. The gorge isn’t too taxing and is suitable for all abilities and has … Continue reading

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Gorge Walking – A Wet Afternoon

Towards the end of June,  I was working for my friends at Whitewater Active leading a gorge walk. The gorge isn’t too taxing and is suitable for all abilities and has a number of natural obstacles to overcome, which involve … Continue reading

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Brecon Activity Camp

I had an enjoyable four days working for my friends at Outposts running an activity camp for a private school in June. The activities on offer were canoeing, climbing, gorge walking, canyoneering and team tasks and unusually, I was involved in … Continue reading

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Gorge Walking – A Double Dose

A quite enjoy a spot of gorge walking which is just as well really as recently had a double session of gorge walking for Whitewater Active. A hen party in the morning and then a stag party in the afternoon, … Continue reading

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Gorge Walking

Earlier in the week,  I was working for my friends at Whitewater Active leading a gorge walk. The gorge isn’t too taxing and is suitable for all abilities and has a number of natural obstacles to overcome, which involve a … Continue reading

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