ACTIVITIES

Earleywood is the ideal site for many different traditional "Scouting" activities - limited only by your own resources and imagination. Here are just a few ideas to get you started - Backwoods cooking, Bivouacs, Section Activity Days, Blindfold trails, Campfire, Craft activities, Environmental activities.  We also offer a number of other organised activities listed below.

THE ANDREW COLEMAN MEMORIAL CLIMBING TOWER

We have a climbing tower that is available to book by the hour.  To use the climbing tower you will either need to provide your own qualified instructor or we can normally provide one for you if you book in advance.  


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BOULDERING WALL

We have a bouldering wall which you can book to use by the hour.  You do not need to have a qualified climbing instructor for this but it must be supervised by an responsible adult.

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CRATE STACKING

You will be securely attached to a belay point and will then have to attempt to elevate yourself by alternately using 2 stacks of crates.  These crates are held together using only gravity, so will become increasingly wobbly as you get higher and higher.  Suitable for al ages.

Eventually, gravity will win and the crates will fall from underneath you.  You, however, will be safely lowered to the ground by your instructor.

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AIR RIFLE RANGE

We have NSRA YPS Tutor qualified instructors available to run your shooting session or you can instruct yourselves if your instructor meets the Scout Association minimum requirements.

All Young People using the range must have permission from a parent or legal guardian, and all Adults attending the range must sign the section 21 form indicating that they are not a prohibited person.  You can download the permission form from Here.  Section 21 declaration form Here.

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