Thursday 26 May 2016

Bowles Photo Competition - Win a GoPro

Bowles are giving away a free GoPro Hero!

To win, send them a picture of your experience at Bowles along with a caption explaining what's going on in the photo. They will post it to their Facebook page and the photos with the most likes at the end of the year wins a GoPro Hero!

Email your photo as a JPEG to  Any photos submitted may also be used in future brochures and on their website.

Bowles is situated one mile south of Eridge Station and is run by the Bowles Rocks Trust.  Bowles is a non-profit making educational charity which provides young people personal development through outdoor and adventurous experiences from all backgrounds. The centre runs activity courses including dry slope skiing, canoeing, climbing and more.  

The general public can climb here as long as they have suitable experience and will need to pay a daily fee or buy a yearly pass at the reception desk. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leads. Bowles Rocks faces south, meaning that the crag dries quickly in the sun. As a result the crag can become very crowded on warm sunny days. Bowles Rocks has bolts at the top of the crag, making setting up top-ropes easier. Please bring long slings with you to ensure your moving top-rope does not come into contact with the soft rock. Please follow the Code of Practice for more information.