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The Old Prison releases itself into the World Wide Web
New site encouraging the great outdoors to people online indoors
By Emma Kae - 4th July 2000 - Back to News
Tell us your opinion See what others have saidThe Old Prison - a unique adventure facility, set in a beautiful wilderness location.
With many exciting activities on offer, including abseiling, windsurfing, snorkelling, river rafting and skiing with fully qualified instructors to guide you.
You may choose to simply sit back and relax in the picturesque surroundings and skip the adrenaline rush that so many come for.
Catering for students, backpackers, groups and even corporate functions, top quality cuisine and inexpensive accommodation are available on-site.
A thrilling and fun adventure for all who visit The Old Prison.
The Old Prison gets global and launch their new site. Hoping to encourage people to get away from it all with a positive experience, it promotes the area and all it’s features.
The website is very informative and reassuring. It is easy to navigate your way to points of interest, with a simple layout and a number of pages with useful content.
Now you can plan your adventure holiday on-line. Links to sample programs, activity descriptions and price listings are only click away. This set-up allows you to explore your options, decide your budget and adventure sessions ahead of time.
There is a gallery featuring photographs of the fun in action, showing you what to expect when you agree to that rockclimbing course.
Directions to The Old Prison – including road travel and public transport details, and several starting points – can be found in the “where we are” section.
It is very helpful in getting the information you need, and succeeds in enticing you to visit in your next break, or even lunch hour.
Click here to visit The Old Prison site.
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