F.A.Q.

Look below to see your questions have been answered, if not, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Sure, but kept on a lead at all times. And clean up after your dog, please.

When it comes to rainy days, we remain open! In extreme wet weather, some or all of the activities will be closed for safety reasons. The only time we won’t open is in particularly bad snow or in violent storms. Still, we always post closure information on the website and across social media in such cases.

I should stress closure is extremely rare, but if you are unsure, then why not give us a call on 01562 744638 to double-check.

The trail is open 09:30am 7 days a week during term time.

If you are at all unsure, give us a call on 01562 824433 to check.

Yes, we have a large car park which is entirely free for all visitors. The car park is conveniently located right beside the start of the trail, and it’s easy to access the car park should you wish to return to your car for anything. ( For example, Picnic, change of clothes, hot flask!)

Most clothing is suitable, but please be aware of the weather and review the forecast. It is also advisable to layer your clothing! As you know, we have all four seasons in one day in the UK, so being able to reduce or increase your clothing could be an advantage.

Footwear with a good grip is necessary, and footwear with ankle support is advised for older visitors (i.e. walking boots). Do remember that our English summers can be wet, so a change of clothing (and footwear) is a great idea.

Most people spend between one and a half to two hours walking and enjoying the activities on the trail. We advise people to allow for around two to three hours minimum.

The trail is open 09:30am 7 days a week during term time.

If you are at all unsure, give us a call on 01562 824433 to check.