For a fun day out with a difference look no further than the West Cork Secret

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Posted on: 7th April, 2015

Category: Health & Lifestyle

Contributor: West Cork People

Just a stones throw from the beautiful village of Kilbrittain is one of the county’s best adventure centres. Nestled among the scenic countryside is the West Cork Secret, which has earned a worthy reputation for quality, value and excellent service.

Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, the ‘Secret’ offers thrillseekers of all ages the opportunity to get down and dirty with a series of challenges and exercise designed to make your visit one to remember. Following the instructions to “get as wet and mucky as you can” is the key to getting the most from your visit.

Following a gentle start of Orienteering through the woods, visitors will be taken on a series of challenges, which will see them tackle a Mechanical Cow and Giant Skis. From there they will negotiate the Go-Kart track in a fast and furious race to gain points as they speed to the finish line. Then it’s on to the first of the Assault Courses where visitors swing, crawl and balance their way to the second Assault Course. Here they run, crawl and climb through a series of obstacles, complete with mud and water for extra fun. The final activity for visitors is the fantastic 220ft water slide, appropriately named ‘The Fury’. This slide was opened to the public last summer and after an appearance on RTE’s Shake Down The Town, it drew visitors from all over the country. This activity is one of the highlights of the ‘Secret’ and a firm favourite with all ages.

As well as the basic package, extras are also offered such as Gutter Ball and Human Fooz Ball. Additional extras like Bumper Balls are also available on request.

No visit to the West Cork Secret is complete without sampling its famous stone baked pizza. Baked in an authentic stone oven in view of visitors, the ‘Secret’ pizza has become an added attraction to any visit.

Catering for groups of all ages, large and small, the ‘Secret’ can tailor a party to suit your group. Whether it’s a children’s birthday party, a school tour or work group, the ‘Secret’ team will ensure not only a warm welcome, but a day filled with fun, laughter and memories. The West Cork Secret has become a firm favourite with Scout groups, sports clubs and youth groups and has an excellent reputation for making each visit unique and memorable.

‘Don’t just have a party, make a memory’ is not just an advertising slogan but also a promise from the West Cork Secret team. The constantly evolving landscape of the centre provides the perfect backdrop for new and exciting challenges. Make sure to add the West Cork Secret to your list of things to do this summer. For further details check out our website and facebook page or phone Finbarr on 087 833 1206.

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