About

Adventure Activities take place in the Peak District National  Park.

The National Park itself covers an area of 555 square miles with a high point on Kinder Scout of 636 metres. Despite its name, the landscape generally lacks sharp peaks, being characterised by rounded hills and gritstone escarpments.

Despite what its name may suggest, the Peak District is similar in geography to the more gentle Yorkshire Dales. Its highest point is Kinder Scout, although Bleaklow Head (610 metres) and Black Hill (582 metres) offer great alternatives while losing little in terms of total elevation. Black Hill is a point of interest with its covering of peat and lack of vegetation giving the peak its name. However, conservation work has since transformed the peak so that large areas of the bare peat are now covered with native shrubs.

While the Peak District may lack sharp elevations, the whole area covers huge upland stretches, meaning that much of the National Park is on land that’s more than 300 metres above sea level

We  provide outdoor activities  including Abseiling,  Caving, Climbing, Charity Abseils,Bush Craft, Gorge Walking,  Orienteering, Weaseling, Team Bonding/Building, Navigation Training,  Learning to Lead Climb, Top Rope Set Ups,  SRT Caving.

We work with a wide range of groups including Youth Clubs, Scout Groups, Family groups, Stag and Hen parties, Mainstream Schools, Pupil Referral Units, Young People on Alternative Education, One to One sessions, Targeted Support  Groups and Corporate Team Away Days.

Climbing all outdoors on real rock faces.

Caving

Level 1 trips are mainly horizontal in nature.

Level 2 trips have vertical sections and traverse lines.

Abseil is off an old railway viaduct at Millers Dale.  A 75 ft descent it looks scary but is actually very safe.

Gorge Walk walk up a river and view the stunning scenery of the Peak District from a different perspective.

Weaseling crawl or squeeze through gaps in rocks. Some may be tight but can be bypassed.

Orienteering Either on fixed wayfaring course or specific location. A good team activity with navigation training included.

National Navigation Award Scheme.  Bronze and Silver courses can be run with an option of an assessment at the end of the 2 day course.

Malc holds National Governing Body Awards for:

Mountain Leader (Summer),

Cave Leader Level 1,

Cave Leader Level 2,

Cave Instructors Certificate (Training),

Rock Climbing Instructor (formally SPA),

BCU Level 2 Kayak Coach & 3* Canoe,

Power Boat Level 2,

First Aid,

NVQ Level 3 Outdoor Education,

NVQ Level 2 Youth Worker,

Asdan Provider,

CRB checked,

PICA Member,

AALA licensed.

Malcolm Lawson T/A Truth & Trust Adventure
is registered with The Adventure Activities Licensing Authority  as a  licensed provider  of Adventure Activities because of the provision of:
Climbing
Caving
Trekking
Watersports

Specified Activities:
Hill Walking & Mountaineering
Rock Climbing
Abseiling
Caving
Mine Exploration
Improvised Rafting
Orienteering
Gorge Scrambling

Licence details can be confirmed by:

a) referring to the on-line Register of Licence Holders or

b) emailing the Licensing Service on [email protected]

c) calling The Licensing Service. Tel: 029 2075 5715

(Please note, this is the Licensing Service’s telephone number, not ours).

Registration number: L14512/R1854. Expires 03/03/2022.