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Choose from a wide range of adventure sports hotels in Bristol, a city that benefits from excellent transport links to other major United Kingdom cities via road, rail and bus. This historic maritime centre, which has existed since at least the Norman period, is also acclaimed for its Banksy murals and became an important global shipping centre by the Industrial Revolution.
At the Cabot Circus Shopping Centre, Jungle Rumble Adventure Golf should appeal to people of all ages, and comprises two superb 18-hole courses. The city is also home to Under Cover Rock, which has 12-metre climbing walls and provides expert tuition to rock climbers of different levels of ability.
Almost every adventure sports hotel in and around Bristol provides WiFi access so you can always stay connected with friends, family or work colleagues while you're away. That means you can instantly book tickets online to other local attractions such as Cheddar Gorge, which offers world-class rock-climbing experiences and is approximately a 40-minute drive from the centre of Bristol.
This renowned attraction has more than 1,000 climbing routes, most of which are only recommended for experienced climbers, although there are plenty of climbing courses for beginners and intermediates that operate in the gorge throughout the year. Cheddar Gorge was also the location of Britain's oldest-human-skeleton discovery, the Cheddar Man, which was founded here in 1903 and probably dates back nearly 9,200 years. We can only assume that he wasn't a very good climber!
You can explore Bristol's historic sights by hiring an Electric Bike, or take part in an unforgettable balloon ride over the city centre with the Bristol Balloons company. At the Harbourside, you can even book a paddle-boarding trip, which is by far the most scenic way to see the city's medieval port and the iconic SS Great Britain ship that was designed by the remarkable engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Close to the Clifton Suspension Bridge, another famous Brunel landmark, is the Avon Gorge, another popular rock-climbing area where you can admire superb views of the Avon valley. For more information on what to see and do in Bristol, contact your friendly hotel reception.