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For today's activities, group 1 went gorge walking and mountain walking, whilst group 2 went caving. Everybody did some orienteering outside in the evening.


Gorge walking was fun and it was difficult staying upright in the flowing water of the river. We had some fun sliding into some pools though. The mountain walk was windy but we got some amazing views.


Many of us were worried about going caving but we tried our best and faced our fears. The caves were impressive and gave us many challenges.


For orienteering we partnered off and were given a torch and a map. We had to run around the grounds trying to find as many checkpoints as we could. It wasn't as easy as we thought it would be.

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