At Brosterfield Farm, Peak District National Park, we can provide these challenging yet fun team activities as an amazing adventure for a group of friends or family, corporate learning and development events, or simply as an energiser for any conference or meeting.
Also known as ‘Rappelling’ or ‘Rap-Jumping’, an adrenaline-pumping ‘controlled slide’ down a rope dangling off a high bridge or a rock-face. A great way to start a day and something which requires no special level of physical fitness as gravity is doing most of the work for you!
Explore the ‘underworld’ of natural caves and fascinating old lead mines which lie beneath our feet across much of the Peak District National Park. Walk through large passages and chambers, follow underground streams, climb/scramble, even abseil down underground waterfalls. Caving is ‘so much more’ than most people’s perceptions of “crawling around in muddy holes” (...but it can be that too if you want!).
Derbyshire’s Millstone Grit rock-faces are renowned around the world because the rock is very ‘grippy’ and fun to climb. There are literally miles and miles of ‘Gritstone’ crags to choose from and we’ll always be able to give you a range of grades from ‘easy’ to ‘extreme’ so you can enjoy your ‘cragging’ and push yourself against the harder grades if you wish.
Why not come in from a morning of action and adventure and relax with your friends as you learn to cook restaurant-quality food for your own dinner that evening. Our professional chef has a wide range of recipes and ideas along with a few ‘cheffy tricks’ you can take home and put to good use at your next party.
- Children welcome
- Dogs Accepted
|Season (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
Map & Directions
DIRECTIONS - Please use the relevant direction you are travelling from
A623 TOWARDS Tideswell/Buxton
Arriving from the direction of Calver and Stoney Middleton towards Tideswell, climb up the hill for about 1.5 miles until you come out of the trees at the top of the hill you see a RIGHT TURN signposted to FOOLOW. In approx. 800 metres take the first left hand sharp turn, immediately after turning the farm entrance is to the right over a cattle grid and down the long tarmac drive. This is Brosterfield Farm.
A623 TOWARDS Stoney Middleton/Bakewell
Arriving from the direction of Buxton on the A623, take the left hand turn signposted FOOLOW at the top of the hill. Approx. 800 metres, just before the T junction, on your left you will see an elevated wrought iron sign for Brosterfield Farm. Drive over the cattle grid and down the long tarmac road.
From Foolow village centre
Take the road directly opposite the Bulls Head pub and drive approx 0.5 miles. Just outside of the village you see a right turn (where there is a grass bank). Immediately to the right you will see an elevated wrought iron sign for BROSTERFIELD FARM , turn over the cattle grid and down a long tarmac drive. This is Brosterfield Farm