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"Over The Edge"

Two Exhilarating Challenges

One Great Charity 

Have you got

what it takes to step 

"Over The Edge" for LDF

On Saturday 29th June 2019, a group of brave Line dancers will once again release their inner Daredevil to go "Over The Edge" for the LDF Extreme Challenge. 

Places are available if you would like to take part.  CLICK HERE to register for your place but be quick. 

Or you can support the "OTE Team" by sponsoring their brave challenge via CLICKING HERE.

The Line Dance Foundations is delighted to announce the 2nd Extreme Challenge fundraising event on Saturday 29th June 2019 at the ArcelorMittal Orbit, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2A.

Join us to take part in two exciting challenges.


A 40 second journey through twists, turns and drops in a hair-raising experience not for the faint-hearted. It is the tallest and longest tunnel slide in the world. 


Brace yourself for the exhilarating descent of the UK's highest freefall abseil. Hold your breath as you step "Over The Edge" for your 80m adrenaline-fuelled drop.

"OTE" Team 

Everone taking part will be asked to raise a minimum of £250. This covers the costs of the events for the day plus a contribution to the Foundation. 


Both Challenges
Ride The Slide
Over The Edge 
Buffet  Dinner
LDF "OTE" T-shirt
Lots of Excitement


You are responsible for your own transportation to and from the venue and MUST sign a disclaimer form for the LDF and Sky & Wire on the day.

 Your brave "Over The Edge " Team.

Any questions about "OTE" ?
Complete this form and 
Helen will be in touch.

Thanks for your message, Helen will get back to you soon!

Riding The Slide 
Visitors using The Slide must be at
least 1.3m in height and at least eight (8)years old· weigh under 139.7kg (22 stone)· wear long sleeves or protective elbow pads· seek medical advice if they have any pre-existing medical conditions· slide feet first· slide in a lying position on their back· only slide with the use of the mat provided· not slide under the influence of alcohol or drugs· keep arms and elbows close to the body whilst sliding and hold the safety handle with both hands at all times· not wear loose clothing, large jewellery or inappropriate footwear· do not slide with bags, large belongings (e.g. keys, phone, wallets). Lockers are available on site and require a £1 coin to operate.· not use the slide without staff supervision· not slide on their stomach· not attempt break or stop during their journey down· exit The Slide immediately when they reach the end

Over The Edge  
We strongly recommend you familiarise yourself with the full terms and condtions of the Abseil here.
Each Abseiler must be:-
• 14 years or older (with parental consent for under 18’s and supervision at a 1:2 ratio)
• A minimum height of 1.2 m
• A weight of less than 19 stone (120kg).
• Able to wear a harness which has a maximum width waist of [130cm] and a
maximum upper thigh width of [75cm] which are the maximum measurements of our harnesses.
• If you do not meet these requirements you will not be permitted to Abseil. 

You must wear appropriate clothing under your harness, which is suitable for the weather conditions. The clothing worn should cover your upper arms, upper legs & body as a minimum, not restrict your movement, obstruct your vision, lead to overheating in
warm weather, be too cool for cold weather or become entangled in your safety equipment. For this reason, skirts, dresses, tank tops, short shorts or suchlike are not appropriate. We reserve the right to refuse to allow you to participate in the Abseil if we
consider that your clothing does not meet these requirements or otherwise poses a health and safety risk to you or other Abseilers..

Abseils will take place in all weather conditions except high winds, persistent rain, lightning, heavy snow or ice or other weather conditions, which we reasonably believe make it unsafe to participate in the Abseil.
2. There is a risk that the weather will worsen during the Abseil preparation phase. A refund will not be issued if you choose to leave prior to completing the Abseil because you
are dissatisfied with the weather if abseils are still operational.