With some of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the country on our doorstep we have access to walks and treks that can suit everyone from primary children exploring outside to those looking to further their navigational skills.
Talk to our team about fitness levels and the aims of the walk – it could be examining natures flora and fauna, industrial legacy, navigation skills, or improving fitness, or just the wonder of being out there.
A small sample of the local areas we use regularly:
Walk straight out of the centre in the larger forest, most of which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is home to many rare species of flora and fauna.
Part of the 224 mile trail that follows this mighty river: This walk follows the course of the River Severn downstream between Arley and Bewdley. The route follows sections of the Severn Way and North Worcestershire Path. You can often see the steam trains going by from the Severn Valley Railway.
Planning and undertaking a walk through the local countryside and hills using navigational skills we use our Coopers cottage in the woods as a start or finish base Wyre Forest.