Zorbing

Zorbing is the new thrill seeking experience. Put simply, zorbing is rolling down a hill in a big inflatable ball!

At Downhill Revolution West Wales we offer a harnessed run where one or two people are strapped into the ball in proper rally harnesses and pushed down our custom made run.

And the zorbing experience doesn’t stop there, we have a viewing area with benches and some picnic tables where you can watch friends or other zorbonaut’s as they take on our hill.

See our main website at zorbingwales.co.uk

What is the minimum age?

For our harnessed zorbing the age limit is 12 and over.
Children under the age of 16 need parental consent.

What should I wear?

For zorbing you should wear comfortable clothing, preferably with a top that covers your shoulders as you will be wearing a harness. You will have to take your shoes of before getting into the ball so on a wet day a spare pair of socks would be advisable!

Are there any weather restrictions?

We do the zorbing in any weather conditions, the exception being if there is a strong northerly wind and in this case zorbing may be cancelled  with no or little advanced notice. If you have any concerns about the weather please call us on the day on 01437 710360.

Restrictions:

Height: over 1.40m tall (approx. 4'7") - Weight: between 35kg (approx. 5st 7lb) and 95kg (approx. 15st). You will not be allowed to participate if you:

  • Are pregnant
  • Suffer from epilepsy
  • Are under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Suffer for high blood pressure or heart problems

Group Holidays

We can cater for group holidays in Pembrokeshire (up to 30 people - adults and children) which includes all accommodation and activities such as the Zorbing, Beach Riding, Trekking and Segway Racing. See the Group Holidays page for more details.

 

 

Nolton Stables provides quality holiday accommodation, both self catering and bed & breakfast, along with unique beach horse riding, zorbing and segway racing.

Located in the small village of Nolton we are easily accessible from Haverfordwest, and central to the west coast of Pembrokeshire.

The Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is nearby, along with the coastal villages of Broadhaven, Little Haven, Newgale and Solva. Skomer Island is easy to reach from Nolton.