Sphering, also known as zorbing, is generally done on a hillside and involves between one and three people rolling down a hill inside a huge sphere. It resembles being inside a huge washing machine giving you an experience of a lifetime.
There are three main types of sphering:
Harness Sphereing - The concept is simple, two people wearing full body harnesses are attached inside the Sphere, then rolled down a hill at up to 30mph. Harness Sphereing is not for the faint-hearted and could not be described as a gentle ride!
Aqua Sphereing - You, some close friends and 30-50 litres of water - a recipe for extreme entertainment. If you've ever wondered what it might be like inside a washing machine... well you get the idea.
Eclipse Sphereing - Like the Harness Sphere, you will be wearing a full harness and will be attached inside the ball but in total darkness! You will career down the hill at speeds of up to 30mph.
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Sphereing is a weather dependent activity, and therefore most sites operate between April and September however, you can still book your sphering outside of these months to allow yourself time to raise sponsors for the charity!
Before setting out on the day of your sphering, please call the site to check the weather conditions.
Min Age: 12 years (7 years for Aqua Sphering) - Parental consent required if under 18yrs
Max Age: 65 years
Min - 1.4m (no lower limit for Aqua Sphering)
Max - 18 stone (Max girth 60”)
You cannot participate in charity sphering if you are pregnant or under the influence of alcohol or drugs. You should not participate in charity sphering if you suffer from migraines/headaches, high blood pressure, epilepsy, any heart condition, if you have neck or back problems or if you have ever had whiplash. You should also not participate if you are undergoing medical treatment for any of the above, or have had an operation within the past twelve months.