This session will take place in a beautiful woodland with a stunning view near High Force 3pm-5pm.
It will be led by qualified Forest School Practitioners and will give families an opportunity to spend some quality and relaxing time in nature.
Weather permitting there will be campfire and marshmallows to toast.
Why not extend your visit by enjoying some delicious food at the High Force Hotel and a must walk to the breath-taking High Force waterfall?
Tickets should be booked in advance online to guarantee a place. Both children and adults require tickets. This ticket also gives you access to the waterfall and includes car parking. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
This afternoon event will run from 3pm to 5pm and by coincidence(!) finishes just in time for you to join us for our weekly Friday evening BBQ at High Force Hotel (5pm-8pm). The Woodland Walk to the Waterfall will also stay open until 8pm that night.
Ticket prices: children’s tickets are £10 and adult’s tickets £2
Recommended age: 4 years and over
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on this event, with the exception of guide dogs.
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