As restrictions in England ease to allow groups of up to six to meet outside, we pick 10 adventures to enjoy with family or friends
Via Ferrata Cornwall opened last summer in a former granite quarry between Helston and Falmouth, and will reopen on 3 April. The course involves climbing iron ladders, scaling 20-metre-high cliffs, crossing a water-filled quarry on a 70-metre-long single strand of wire and zip-wiring back to ground. Brave eight-year-olds can tackle the Adventure Zone, while the minimum age for the full Classic is 10. This year, new activities are being added, included paddleboarding, coasteering and archery. The site is run by BF Adventure, a charity that works with disadvantaged young people, and all profits go towards its work.
• From £25, viaferratacornwall.co.uk