Exmoor National Park has launched a new programme of activity breaks running from its Pinkery Centre for Outdoor Learning. For the first time in the centre’s 50 year history the public will be able to book a stay and participate in a range of guided outdoor activities led by professional Exmoor National Park staff and instructors.
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Dan James, Exmoor National Park Authority’s’ Sustainable Economy Manager, said: “Our Pinkery Centre for Outdoor Learning provides a fantastic opportunity to escape the everyday and immerse yourself in the spectacular Exmoor landscape.”
“For over 50 years the centre has been offering unforgettable experiences for school groups and private hires. Now we’re opening the doors to the public. Over the course of each 2-night break, you will enjoy the great outdoors, meet like-minded people, learn new skills and have great fun in one of the most remote outdoor centres in the country. Each break will be led by passionate staff and volunteers from the National Park who will provide you with an exclusive opportunity to discover what makes Exmoor special.”
Each break has its own theme offering participants a wide range of activities.
·Introduction to Moorland Heritage - 16 to 18 July.
Join professional National Park staff to explore and learn about moorland heritage with guided walks, talks and visits. £219 per person (based on 2 sharing – single supplement and discounts for higher room occupancy available).
·Family Discovery Breaks – 28 to 30 May and 2 to 4 August 2019.
The perfect opportunity for families of all ages with a sense of adventure! Have fun as a family with outdoor activities such as orienteering, low ropes, archery, grass sledging, fire lighting and campfire. Prices from £120 pp (based on a fully occupied family room).
·Active Exmoor Weekend – 9 to 11 August
The more adventurous can get moving with mountain biking, hiking, wild pond swimming and mountain boarding. Minimum age 12. Although activities are suitable for mixed abilities, all participants will need to be confident in riding a bike. £199 per person for adults, £169 children (based on a minimum of 2 to a room - discounts for higher occupancy).
For full details and to book your space visit www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/pinkery-breaks or call Katrina Munro on 01398 323665. Prices start from as low as £120 per person (based on a family room being fully occupied) including all instruction and guiding, equipment, food and accommodation in en-suite bunk rooms.