• All weather activity: Yes
  • Can accommodate multiple groups per session: Yes
  • Great for a team challenge: Yes
  • Great for a personal challenge: Yes

Map reading is an important life skill that can be learnt at any age. We make if fun and exciting and you race to find the markers.

Orienteering is a really fun activity where the participants need to read a map and race others around a series of markers. We can take people through all the necessary map reading skills including: understanding the legend, orientating the map, working out what direction to take, connecting the map to the surroundings and using a compass. Plus we can teach further navigation skills if required.

We have a few courses set up around our 15 acre site that challenges our group users. We also have a variety of games to play as participants learn the new skills.

Ideal for developing independence, self-reliance or just learning the skills required to find your way around a new place. Orienteering is a brilliant team building activity.

It is also possible to bring this activity to your venue.

Group Booking Prices - Prices listed are for 8 people

School, Youth, Charity and Community Groups - by booking date

Price Band 1st Oct to 4th Nov 5th Nov –31st Dec 2018 2nd Jan to 18th Feb 2019 19th Feb to 31st March Easter Holidays Term time April – Cost per head for extra children
A £72 £64 £60 £72 £76 £72 £6

Other Groups - booking anytime. Prices listed are for 10 people

Children's Parties Adult's Parties Corporate Bookings
£125 £130 £145
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Previous experience
None required
Learning outcomes

Personal development:

  • Self reliance
  • Perseverance
  • Leadership
  • Responsibility

Social development:

  • Teamwork
  • Communication

Skill acquisition:

  • Sport specific
  • Transferable skills

Fundamentals of sport:

  • Agility 
  • Balance
  • Coordination

Typical session structure
Each participant would be given their own map. Everyone will go through the basics of map reading, learning how to orientate a map with the aim of being able to read the map to get to destinations located around the centre.

What to wear
Close fitting clothing is recommended, particularly on the upper body and arms. Trousers and lightweight shoes are also recommended. Long hair should be tied back.

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