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Rainy Day Activities Redline Indoor Karting, Gwynedd
Opening times: Weekdays 10:00-20:00, Weekends 10:00-18:00
Prices: Tasters from £6 per person, Arrive and Drive from £10

Redline Indoor Karting may be situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, but it’s out to prove that Wales isn’t all about peace and quiet! Situated in Caernarfon, Redline can be reached easily from Anglesey, Conwy and all over North Wales.

See if you can become the next Lewis Hamilton as you challenge friends and family to an exhilarating race around the track. As one of the fastest growing adrenaline sports out there, indoor karting is often seen as a stepping stone to the more intensive ranks of motorsport so you could soon find yourself lining up next to some of Formula One’s biggest stars!

It doesn’t matter if you haven’t tried karting before; Redline has facilities for anyone from complete beginners to seasoned racers. Start with a supervised Taster Session or Arrive and Drive before progressing on.

Karting is a great alternative to the usual party events and Redline can cater for groups as well as individuals, so it’s ideal whether the kids are celebrating with friends, you’re letting off steam with your mates or you just fancy trying something new on a rainy Saturday. The staff is fully trained so you know that you’re always in good hands. 


Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by James Petts.


Found in the Cibyn Industrial Estate, Caernarfon. 

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