Outdoor adventure

Dale House B & B and Camping Barn

Your ideal base for a Forest of Bowland and Yorkshire Dales Adventure

T. 01200 411095 M. 07714 092 089

Book your private stargazing experience at Dale House Barn with astronomer Robert Ince CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Looking for some fun activities to try during your stay?

The Following are some of the activities available from Alternative Adventure  www.altadv.co.uk

  • Mountain Biking in the Gisburn Forest. Either Half or full day riding. Suitable for beginners to more advanced riders.
  • Gorge Walking Half day activity. 
  • Rock Climbing half or full day.
  • Caving. either half or full day trips with caves suitable for all ages.
  • Canoeing, open canoes or kayak half or full days from beginners to people with some canoeing experience.

Costs Friends and Family Groups (these prices are a guide only and should be confirmed with the activity provider)

Half day activity minimum fee for up to 3 people £96
Course fee per person up to 8 £35
Course fee per person over 9 £30

Full day activities minimum fee for up to 3 people £162
Course fee per person up to 8 £50
Course fee per person up to 8 £45

All fee include VAT @ 20%
All technical equipment is provided. We ask people come prepared to get cold, wet and dirty. Bring along a change of clothing even if a dry activity. 

Other Activities available locally are (Please contact us for details of the below) 

  • Guided walks
  • Painting sessions
  • Photography sessions
  • Wildlife watching activities including Moth Trapping and wildflower identification.

 

Explore The Forest of Bowland

Forest of Bowland Discovery and Events Guide (pdf)

Taste Bowland Local Food Directory (pdf)

Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1964 because the landscape was thought to be of national importance and worthy of protection. 

www.forestofbowland.com

Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Dales are famous for its wonderful scenery.  Deep valleys, known as dales, with roads meandering between drystone walls and a patchwork of hay meadows and field barns.  Up above is heather moorland and distinctive hills, such as the much loved Three Peaks. 

www.yorkshiredales.org.uk