High Rise provides the perfect venue for a corporate team-building outing or company away-day in our stunning Clip 'n Climb arena. Alternatively, we offer a number of rooms for hire which are a great option for organising meetings or events away from the office or usual place of work.
For a Clip ‘n Climb team-building session, employees will be fully briefed by our trained instructors and following this short safety talk and video, they will have full use of our 24 exhilarating climbing challenges, including the highly competitive Stairway to Heaven, or they can enjoy the thrill of the Vertical Drop Slide or Leap of Faith. Who will be the bravest?!
High Rise also includes two tastefully designed and decorated rooms on our bright and airy Mezzanine floor, which are suitable for a range of uses from meeting venues through to hire by community groups or others offering classes or recreational activities. These rooms can be used together as the Ocean suite, or booked separately as the Dolphin and Turtle rooms.
Catering can be provided in-house by our café team, whether it’s tea, coffee and freshly baked scones, soup and sandwiches, a buffet lunch or something more substantial – we can look after you.
For further information on the corporate hire facilities at High Rise, email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 028 9263 6195. Our team would be happy to tailor a package to meet your needs.
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