FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

find out what we get asked about the most!

Sure, but kept on a lead at all times and clean up after your dog (please!)

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.

You should book your tickets online. Once we reach capacity we cannot allow any more people in. We often sell out!

It also costs an extra 50p on the gate per ticket. And takes a lot longer.

Card Payments Only.

You can check if spaces are available on the booking calendar

Ideally, book 48 hours in advance.

The trail is open 09:00am to 5.00pm 7 days a week during school holidays. In term time, its Wednesday to Sunday only.

If you are at all unsure, give us a call on 01562 824433 to check, or DM us on Facebook!

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.

Yes, we have a large car park which is entirely free for all visitors. The car park is 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!)

Please ask the parking attendant about disabled parking

Unfortunately the trail is not wheelchair friendly

There is disabled parking (please ask the attendant on arrival)

The cafe does have some steps inside it

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.