Thomas Stenhouse - Outdoor Activity Author

Bio:

My name is Thomas, and Im the founder of Clanadventures a cooperative of outdoor adventure guides and event managers. As a child I have always played in the big outdoors and have never stopped. From climbing to kayaking, canyoning and coasteering. Bridge swinging and mountaineering. If its not in an office you will find me there. With Clanadventures we beleave that egos should be left at home and that no one is better than the next. Only knowledge makes us different and at Clanadventures were happy to share knowledge.

Location:

Edinburgh & Lothians

bridge jumping world record attempt

Fancy grabbing yourself a world record?

Got a head for heights?

Don’t mind getting wet?

On Sunday the 4th of September. At Loch Faskally, Pitlochry, Scotland.

A group of fun seekers will be setting a new world record of bridge jumping into water. The bridge is the Clunie footbridge that spans Loch Faskally in Perthshire. The bridge is 35ft to 40ft above the water (water level in the Loch goes up and down during the day) and... Read more

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Bridge Jumping World Record Attempt and Fundraiser Added 15th Jul 2011
bridge jumping world record attempt

Fancy grabbing yourself a world record?

Got a head for heights?

Don’t mind getting wet?

On Sunday the 4th of September. At Loch Faskally, Pitlochry, Scotland.

A group of fun seekers will be setting a new world record of bridge jumping into water. The bridge is the Clunie footbridge that spans Loch Faskally in Perthshire. The bridge is 35ft to 40ft above the water (water level in the Loch goes up and down during the day) and there is a 40ft swim to the bank.

Goal 1, is to... Read more

Bridge/Cliff Jumping - The oldest extreme sport Added 14th Jul 2011
cliff jumping in scotland

For as long as we have had deep water next to cliffs humans have found an urge to jump from and to enjoy what nature had provided. But just like the Peregrine Falcon we have learnt to use man made structures in ways that the builders could never imagine. And this isn’t a modern craze. Ask and local at any of the UKs jumping spots and they will recall stories of childhood summers spent jumping and having fun at the same spots as we use today. The only thing that has changed is the... Read more

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