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Southwest Segway Adventure

Activity Centres, Tours and River Cruises, Outdoor
Profile iconAges 13+
Location iconTavistock
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If like us, you have seen a Segway and thought to yourself Yes! I want to have a go!", then you are half way there.. now you just need to take the next step and book your adventure at Southwest Segway!

You can enjoy the thrill of riding a segway with no experience at all. It can be picked up by a complete beginner in less than 10 minutes! It will give you the ultimate thrill and an adventure that can never be forgotten.

The Segway uses gyroscope technology and self balances, which means you don't need to balance the segway, but just control where you want to go. This Segway tour is fully instructed and you will be taught everything you need to know in order to help you build your confidence. You start off the tour meeting the instructor and will be taught all of the basics. They will then get you on safely and you can master the controls in mins. Once they are all happy you will all be meandering in and out of the trees, testing your skills off road and shooting down hills... all with huge smiles!

Minmum requirments: at least 10 years old and with a minimum weight of 7 stone (maximum of 20 stone)

They provide wet weather gear for the inevitable Cornish weather and they love to Segway in all weathers!

Set in the stunning Tamar Valley, slap bang on the Cornwall & Devon boarder. The area has been certified as an area of outstanding natural beauty, which makes it an even more breath taking experience.

Come and try it for your self and experience the up and coming trend of off road Segwaying!"

Opening hours

All year round 10am – 7pm



Tamar Trails Centre, Gulworthy,
PL19 8JE,

Phone number

07388 687548


Adult £30 Child £30


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