Stock up on cereal and porridge for breakfast then sandwiches, fruit and crisps are provided at lunchtime along with some cake. Evening meals include pre-cooked or easy cook meals.
There is an excellent fish and chip shop in Bakewell as an alternative on the first or final night for groups.
We are able to offer fully catered camps – please call our team on 01298 23260 to discuss. There is also the option to self-cater your stay at camp.
The breath-taking scenery set within Derbyshire Dales National Nature Reserve is rich in its variety of plants and animals, has some small caves and there is evidence of lead mining dating back to the 13th Century.
The market town of Bakewell crosses the river Wye in the heart of the Peak District and provides excellent opportunities for walking and cycling.
Groups have the option of flat walking routes along the river bank to the more challenging hills and dales on routes like the Monsal Trail. Places of great historic interest surround the town including The Moatless Plantation which dates back to Saxon times, Manners Wood which divides the Chatsworth and Rutland estates and Haddon Hall, a medieval manor house.
Bikes can be hired from the Monsal Trail cycle hire centre to explore the many surrounding country lanes and bridleways.
Take your group on a dramatic walk and scramble through the stunning deep limestone valleys of Chee Dale and Millers Dale which are areas of special scientific interest. The day could finish with rock climbing or an 80ft abseil off Millers Dale Viaduct.