"Challenging outdoor training for Service personnel in specified adventurous activities that incorporates controlled exposure to risk, in order to develop: leadership, teamwork, physical fitness, moral and physical courage, as well as other personal attributes and skills that are vital to the delivery of Operational Capability."

ADVENTURE TRAINING

The Army participates in a broad range of outdoor activities, which include canoeing/kayaking, caving, freefall parachuting, gliding, mountaineering, mountain biking, offshore sailing, paragliding, skiing, and sub-aqua diving. All of these are open to members of 135 Geographic Squadron.

The Squadron taking part in Adventure Training
Petra in Jordan
Scuba diving
Cockney Muir - Sierra Nevada, California USA
Freefall parachuting
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Kayaking in Canada
Monglian Odyssey Advanced base camp
Cockney Muir Sierra Nevada, USA
Mountain biking in Cyprus
High ropes training

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135 Geographic Squadron Royal Engineers, Mercator House, Welbeck Close, Ewell, Surrey KT17 2BG   Tel:  020 8393 0981/2

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