For our Compass trip we used Gibsons coaches for the first time. We were delighted with the service they provided. All their drivers are PVG registered, and the company are very easy to communicate with, and speedily provided all paperwork requested. Our coach driver Andy could not have been more helpful. He had everything we needed to deal with a few travel sick children, happily made some unplanned stops for them, and went out of his way to make the joureny as smooth as possible. The coach itself was spotless, and very comfortable. We will be using Gibsons again!
The mysteriously-named nightline was another exercise in cooperation and trust between teams of two. The course itself was a lead-rope walking course over some slightly-tricky terrain. It didn't seem that hard for one person, let alone two, until we discovered that one person had to wear blackout goggles!
Now it was a challenge!
Another indoor activity at Compass was the Crate Building challenge. One person stands on the crates and has to build the stack as high as they can - while still standing on top of it!
Because of the low, low temperatures and the wind chill making it feel around -10C, we had a series of indoor and outdoor challenges. These were based around various team building and cooperative challenges. Some were very hard indeed others easier - when everyone played their part!
It was a little difficult to photograph the zip wire since it was about 20 feet up in the air! Everyone was very brave and the extra challenge here was to go down the zip wire upside down! At least two or three people managed to summon the courage!
Compass Trip 2016 Blog