Set in Upper Wenesleydale, between the market town of Hawes and the Heritage Village of Askrigg , Cherish Yurts are an ideal base from which to explore the National Park and all that it has to offer.
Here are some activities that can be planned in advance to make the most of your stay .
Low Mill outdoor centre is just a couple of miles from West Shaw Cote Cottage on the edge of Askrigg Villiage. They offer adventurous outdoor sessions for groups and individuals off all ages and abilities.
They are recognised as a quality outdoor education provider with numerous accreditations. Bespoke sessions can be tailored to your specific needs for team building, personal development, building resilience, robustness and of course having a great time .
They can offer half day experiences in the following activities
Sessions are subject to availbility and are priced at £35 per Adult and £20 for under 16s
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Alternatively for an administration fee let us know what you'd like to try and we will endeavour to arrange it for you.
During school holidays they offer taster days for children what this space and we'll include the details as soon as we have them
Set above the village of Bainbridge in the heart of Wensleydale, and just 5 minutes from Hawes.
Wensleydale Equestrian offers a full range of riding and equestrian activities and facilities.
Trekking and hacking out from short lead rein hacks to full day treks, for both experienced and novice riders.
Riding lessons for groups or individuals, experience range from novice to experienced riders.
Saturday Club for children age 8 or over.
Full range of livery services including use of indoor and outdoor all weather arenas, staffed at all times, with everything under one roof.
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Semerwater Alpaca Ambles is a brand new venture in Raydaleside. There are 5 walking Alpacas varying in age. The Alpacas are rotated so the walks will consist of either 2 or 3 animals.
1 or 2 people can walk with an Alpaca. The walks are not suitable for children under the age of 8. Children between 8 and 16 must share an Alpaca with an adult.
Due to the hilly and uneven terrain walks are not suitable for people with walking/mobility issues.
The route does vary depending on the farming calender but each walk will include a snack time (for the Alpacas) and plenty of photo opportunities.
The time it takes to do the walk varies as everything is done at Alpaca pace.
For animal welfare/health and safety reasons the walks are weather dependant and may have to be cancelled/rearranged in poor weather or extreme heat.
Most importantly expect the unexpected and bring a camera and a good sense of humour.
Booking is essential.
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