Woodfest Bushcraft & Wildcamping Experience

Woodfest Bushcraft & Wildcamp Experience


The Woodfest Bushcraft & Wildcamp Experience is a unique opportunity to combine the National Trust’s Hatfield Forest’s Woodfest event with Woodlife Trails’ Bushcraft and Wildcamping experience.

The event will be hosted by Woodlife Trails who have the authority of the National Trust to oversee the event.

Not only will you get exclusive camping rights to our area, but you will be able to attend Bushcraft and Tracking sessions run by the Woodlife Trails team free throughout the weekend.

We will show you how to set up your wildcamp – so bring a small tent, hammock, tarp or bivvi and a good sleeping bag. You will stay in our exclusive wildcamping area close to all the action of Woodfest.


What’s Included

 

During the day, as well as attending the fabulous Woodfest stalls and music on the two live stages you will be able to attend any of our bushcraft and tracking sessions during the weekend. These will include:

Carving and whittling (including a sharp tool safety)

Woodland Crafts 

Fire lighting

Wildlife Tracking Introduction

Wild Plant and Tree identification

The event is self-catering but you are welcome to cook on our camp-fire


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Booking

Please book your tickets via the Woodfest Booking Office

Tickets available from March 2019 onwards 


Please note the following:

You must read the Terms and Conditions for a Woodlife Trails Courses here before booking

Please remember that the event is self-catering.

The event is not suitable for children under 6 years old.

Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over 18

For more information please contact us info@woodlife.co.uk


Kit List

Please ensure you have the correct equipment for you and your family group.

YOU MUST BRING A TENT, HAMMOCK OR TARP plus SLEEPING BAG.

WE WILL NOT ALLOW ANYONE ON SITE WTHOUT PROPER SLEEPING EQUIPMENT.

Woodlife Trails staff may refuse your group if they do not have suitable clothing or equipment.

Please view a suggested kit list here


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Health and Safety

You must attend an on-site briefing at the start of the weekend.

The senior family member will be responsible for the behaviour and safety of the family group.

 


 

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