Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak all participants are to ensure they take the correct protective measures while on camp. During some woodland and adventure activities ppe will have to be worn. Therefore face masks/shields are essential for these activities to run. We can not provide any personal protective equipment and have applied all Government recommendations to minimise cross contamination. We recognise the risk posed by Coronavirus (covid-19) to our staff, clients and their families. Control measures to minimise the risk of infection and the transmission of the virus have been implemented however can not be guaranteed.
A typical 24 Hour Experience Upon meeting us at our Woodland xperiences (W/X) car park you/your team will be lead through the woods to the camp location, after an initial briefing and camp orientation everyone will be introduced to each other…. So here we begin! Due to Woodland Xperiences being eco-therapy, Woodland & Adventure based activities occur at each groups ability, pace and tempo. Our staff hosts your 24hr experience to ensure all clients/guests are kept enthused and relaxed. The first priority is shelter…it rains a lot in the Lake District, so shelters are set up with either hammocks or ground dwelling in other shelter forms, or you can bring your own, comfort is key. Next your evening meal is prepared as a team and the fire ignited to cook it upon, while your food cooks we take time out for a walk by the lake or up into the fells overlooking Lake Windermere. On return to camp and after a rewarding brew , your evening meal is cooked over the fire and while it bubbles away various other activities take place to inspire the group and assist team bonding, development and cohesion. After an eventful but rewarding day it’s time to stop and relax around the fire with a beverage of your choice (brought by yourself/team/group. Tea & Coffee provided) leading the way for all to discuss and chat about whatever the mind declares…until it’s time to hit the sack and either swing the night away in a hammock or curl up in a shelter until morning awakes you by natures calling. Meals provided: Saturday Evening meal Sunday Breakfast
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A typical 48 Hour/2 night Experience Upon meeting us at Woodland Experiences (W/E) car park at 1900hrs onwards you are lead through the woods to the camp location,…. So here we begin!
Due to Woodland xperiences being eco-therapy, Woodland & Adventure based activities occur at each groups ability, pace and tempo. W/X staff hosts your 2 day experience to ensure all clients/guests are kept enthused and relaxed. The first priority is shelter…it rains a lot in the Lake District, so shelters are set up with either hammocks or ground dwelling in other shelter forms, or you can bring your own, comfort is key. Now it's time to relax as we all settle down around the fire awaiting everyone else to arrive, When your sleeping bag calls it's time for bed. Being woken by the local noises it's time to freshen up at the showers and time to replenish the stomach. Breakfast is cooked over the fire with the kettle constantly on for brews. When all together we have a camp briefing and tour of our beautiful location. Upon return everything is taken at your pace..time to slow down and unwind. Conversations are encouraged around the fire and activities happen through out the day, and we provide a lunch making station for those who wish or bring your own. Activities continue when conversations dry up and are refreshed while taking part, even during food preparation for your evening meal. While it bubbles away yep more old school chat and why not with a brew. As night falls and your sleeping bag calls for the second time it's time to have another rewarding sleep. Again waking refreshed it's time for breakfast and maybe another activity before packing away ready to sadly depart for 1200hrs. This is a very basic brief of a typical 48hr/2 night camp. All camps are different as everyone who attends are different however all benefit the same. Whether it's a mountain (land) based, SUP (water) based or camp (Activity or Forgotten skills) based. Meals provided: Saturday Breakfast, Lunch/dinner and evening meal Sunday Breakfast