Most Brits say they’d rather go on action-packed adventure holiday than take a relaxing break

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MORE than half of adults would rather go on an action-packed holiday than a relaxing break – with skiing, snowboarding and mountain climbing among the top activities people like to get involved in.

In a study of 2,000 holidaymakers, 57% of people said they only consider getaways packed with activities.

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Brits prefer action-packed holidays over relaxing breaks, a survey has foundCredit: ROSS WOODHALL

Climbing, wild swimming and white-water rafting were some of the other top holiday pursuits respondents would like to take on.

While 25% said they would book a holiday centred around skiing or snowboarding.

Though not all holidaymakers book an adrenaline-fueled break specifically, with 43% admitting they’ve sought out adventurous activities on more traditional getaways.

The research, commissioned by Snow+Rock, also found 40% wouldn’t book a trip unless there were lots of opportunities to spend time outdoors, while exactly half of those polled said they feel most adventurous when on holiday.

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Jose Finch, managing director of the winter sports retailer, said: “Holidays are the perfect opportunity to relax and unwind, but sometimes a change is as good as a rest.

“If you’ve made the time and effort to travel far from home, it makes sense to make the most of the new scenery and experiences open to you.

“And for many thrill-seeking Brits, those experiences involve snowy mountains, white water and jaw-dropping vistas.”

It emerged 48% are quickly bored lying on a sun lounger, and 35% have to try new things to remain engaged during their time away.

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Of those who prefer an action-packed holiday, two-thirds (65%) said they get bored sitting around on more tranquil breaks.

When deciding where to go on holiday, the location is the deciding factor for 73%, although one in four people (23%) who’d like to try skiing or snowboarding don’t know the best destinations to head to.

The study, carried out via OnePoll, found 23% had previously been on a snowsports holiday.

And 16% who haven’t yet hit the slopes said they would like to in the future, though 26% of these are unsure of what type of gear they would need to buy.

When buying clothing for an adventure or outdoor holiday, exactly a fifth prioritise buying the highest-quality gear, while 22% are happy to chance it with cheaper equipment.

And for snowsports lovers, nearly half (47%) stated the epic mountain scenery was what they enjoyed most about their skiing or snowboarding holidays, while 41% cited spending time outdoors as a highlight, with 39% loving the balance between being active and relaxing.

Jose Finch from Snow+Rock added: “We live for the mountains, and we’re looking forward to a brilliant snowsports season this winter.

“Whether you’re hitting the slopes for the first time, or you’re a seasoned adventurer, our in-store experts are on hand to help you.”

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