Adventurous Outdoor Activities at Hudnall Park, Little Gaddesden, Berkhamsted

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Want an outdoor adventure? At Hudnall Park in North-West Hertfordshire you can do a wide range of exciting outdoor and environmental activities such as archery, orienteering, mountain biking, pond dipping, woodland studies and much more! It's available for private hire, educational visits and corporate events.

YC Hertfordshire's Hudnall Park is set in 85 acres of broad-leaf woodland and meadow on the edge of the Chiltern Hills in North-West Hertfordshire.  

You can book Hudnall Park for one-day or residential visits. Packages for all age ranges are offered and it's a perfect venue for staff training sessions and team building days.

YC Hertfordshire also delivers educational activities for primary and secondary school students through hands-on learning and discovery. Schools can choose from 30 different National Curriculum activities, from science, geography and environmental studies to numeracy, literacy and art. Please follow this link for full details:

Here's a selection of the activities on offer at Hudnall Park:

  • Archery
  • Mountain biking
  • Orienteering
  • Obstacle course
  • Low ropes course
  • Canyon crossing
  • Walking in the Chilterns
  • Shelter and camp fire building

All activities are delivered by trained instructors who have current DBS checks.

For more detail of the activities offered click this link:

For residential visits there's a range of indoor accommodation and camping facilities. Click this link for more info:

Book an exciting outdoor adventure today!

Details

Venue: Hudnall Park, Hudnall Common, Little Gaddesden HP4 1QN

Age Range: All ages

Cost: Please enquire

Timing and Repeats:
Available throughout the year.

Booking Info: Booking always needed

Organisation: Hudnall Park, tel: 01442 843400, email: hudnall.park@hertfordshire.gov.uk, website: click here...

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