What We Do

From short walks, to day-trips, to camping trips out in the wild, our adventures inspire and connect young people with nature.

All our camps are run by experienced mentors with safeguarding qualifications, and we cater our adventures to different needs:

Primary Camps (8-11 year-olds)

We run many camps for younger children, built around building confidence, making friends, connecting with nature and having fun!

Each camp is different. We’ve done all sorts of activities on our adventures, including bird-ringing, swimming, climbing, abseiling, archery, bushcraft and orienteering.

Teen Camps (12-18 year-olds)

Our camps for older kids get a little more adventurous, with activities like bat-watching by night, hiking, pond-dipping and camping out in the mountains, for example. These experiences take young people out of their daily routines to feel the open air and gain new perspectives. It’s a great opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills and bring a new mindset back to their school life!

Family Day Trips

Our family outings are an opportunity for the whole family to get out and experience the great outdoors!

Previously, we’ve been to the site of Glastonbury festival, made seed-bombs with Lush, and even hit the slopes in toboggans! It’s amazing what you can achieve in a day. We aim for everyone to return home with a new skill, experience or perspective on the world.

Our day-trip adventures are a great way to see what nature can do for you, and your kids will have a blast!

Other adventures

We’ve organised walks for refugees, tree-planting trips, women-only retreats and other specialist events. Keep your eye on our events page and follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to find out what we’re up to next.

We really hope you can join us!