Transition Extreme uses urban sports and their cultures to attract and engage the local youth population.
As a modern social enterprise and Scottish charity (SC036358), Transition Extreme uses urban sports and their cultures to attract and engage the local youth population.
Transition Extreme supports and assists children and young people to make positive life transitions. As a leading Aberdeen-based youth charity and social enterprise, we do this by providing a wide range of innovative sports, creative arts, diversionary, employability, educational and enterprise activities.
Our Extreme Sports Centre, now attracts over 80,000 visits per annum, provides year round indoor & outdoor facilities including; rock climbing, a high ropes course, skatepark, martial arts facilities, creative arts zone and cafe/community facilities.
We pride ourselves in being completely inclusive, with something available for all abilities. Through projects like our Community Activity Fund (CAF) and our climbing harness we can provide sessions for young people with additional support needs. Our staff have also received training from the National Autistic Society and have a good understanding of autism and are happy to help set up sessions based on any requirements you may have.
Located in a prime location at Aberdeen Beachfront we are easily accessible, supporting the community in harnessing their energy to reach their full potential.