New! Tailormade Adventure packages from Arthog Outreach

Adventure packages

For many years, most Camp users have supplied their own food and transport and supervised their own activities.

Now, visiting groups can also enjoy tailormade adventure packages, including transport and catering, supervised by specialists. If your group is short of time or resources, this could make your ideal trip a reality.

Arthog Outreach, a highly experienced and accredited local provider, will use Long Mynd Adventure Camp as a base to offer a range of tailormade adventure packages. These could include hill walking, rock climbing, paddle sports, bushcraft and team building.

Arthog Outreach employs well qualified outdoor educators who work closely with schools, enabling learning outside of the classroom without the extra burden of organisation that this would otherwise require. Arthog Outreach holds an AALS licence, LoTC Quality badge and the AHOEC Gold Standard.

An example of the offering available is shown below

For 3 days, 2 nights we will stay on the edge of the Longmynd, with sole use of a the Long Mynd Adventure hyperlink

Camp sizes will be kept small, minimum of 12, maximum of 30 young people.

During the time we will;

· Build shelters, fire lighting and have campfires.

· Develop bushcraft and tracking skills

· Learn navigation and explore the Longmynd

· Teambuilding, leadership and problem solving activities

· Climbing

· Develop independence, responsibility and confidence

· Allow space and time for mindfulness

· Play

Though we always will be flexible with the activities to ensure they are the best and most suitable for the individuals and the weather on each day.

A costed example program;

Day 1 transport will collect participants. Visit Arthog Outreach Centre, Ice breaker games and team building activities. Packed lunch (bring your own) Issue participants with outdoor clothing. Drive to the accommodation, site brief and bed allocation. Evening meal Night walk Bedtime Day 2 Breakfast Wilderness walk, through forests, fantastic open hills with 360 views, down hidden valleys with lots of streams/ wet feet walking. Picnic lunch provided. Evening meal Wide games and camp fire Bedtime Day3 Breakfast Pack up camp Return equipment to Arthog Outreach Centre and indoor climbing Lunch provided Arthog transport will return participants.

Price £540 for up to 6 participants with a free place for a member of staff.

Includes all transport, accommodation, most meals, and day activities.


To discuss options, contact Alan Braybrooke at Arthog Outreach: 01952 387378


See the Arthog Outreach Website

Hill Walking

“The Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a superb location for outdoor learning, rich in geography, wildlife and heritage. Hill walking provides a great opportunity to introduce people to this environment and we try to ensure that the love we feel for the landscape is passed on. We develop the map reading skills necessary for individuals to navigate and the skills to look after themselves and others in the outdoors. Fossils, historic mining villages, ancient forts and the wonders of nature all help to change a walk into a rich learning experience.” Arthog Outreach


The Long MyndChurch Stretton & Cardingmill Valley

The Long Mynd