Activities To Keep Fit In London

Activities To Keep Fit In London

Are you looking for fun activities to keep you fit in London post lockdown? Well we take a look at some of the coolest activities London has to offer.

1 – Indoor Bouldering At Stronghold Uk

What is it? Looking for a bouldering London? Well how about London’s largest indoor bouldering space boasting 12,000 square foot and over 200 climbing problems at any one time. Open 7 days a week with climbing slots every 15 minutes, open from 0615 – 2200 Monday – Friday, 0900-2000 on weekends.

Why go? Whether you’re a beginner or experienced climber Stronghold has you covered. Less than 2 minutes walk from Tottenham Hale National Rail & Underground Station with plenty of onsite parking too. Tottenham Street Food Market & Beer Hall is also on site and open weekends making Stronghold UK one of the best climbing wall London.

2 – Swimming At Olympic Park

What is it? In 2012 London hosted the Olympic games. As a result the east end of London was transformed from derelict wasteland into one of the hottest sports venues in the World and now its open to the general public.

Why go? Well, there’s plenty to do for starters, from swimming in the Olympic swimming pool, dive from the diving board, take a tour of the London Stadium (now home to West Ham Football Club), or visit one of the many restaurants and 100s of shops in Westfield, you really can get lost in this place!. exotic birds). Today it remains as it was redesigned in the 1820s, all lush landscape and winding paths. Well worth a wander!

3 – Bungee From The O2

What is it?. One weekend every month UK Bungee Club are onsite at London’s the O2 Arena. That’s right you can bungee in London! Don’t worry though, you will not be suspended over the Thames!

Why go? When was the last time you bungeed in London? Exactly, take this opportunity to take in the views of the city from 50 metres up! UK bungee club offer both single and tandem bungee jumps? Double date anyone?

4 – Watersports At The Olympic Venue

What is it?. Lee Valley White Water Centre, the venue for watersports during London 2012, offers several boat-based activities including canoeing, kayaking and rafting.

Why go? OK, so slight disclaimer, its slightly out of London in Hertfordshire BUT it sure beats falling in the Thames and swigging a mouthful of the city’s finest river water! The water here is clear and the facilities are top notch

5 – Scuba Diving

What is it? Yes, you Scuba Dive in London, right in the City too – Garden lane Leisure centre invites everyone from beginners to experienced divers to join their club.

Why go? OK, so its not exactly the great barrier reef however – what better way to brush up on your scuba skills, earn your PADI and be fully prepared when you’re overseas. The club also arrange an annual trip for its members to put your scuba skills into action