Hagg Farm Outdoor Centre, Hagg Farm OEC, Snake Rd, Bamford, Hope Valley, S33 0BJ
Situated in the Peak District’s Woodlands Valley, Hagg Farm offers comfortable accommodation for 44 people in 6 dormitories and 2 twin rooms. For larger groups an additional 18 beds are available in the smaller John Hunt Base next door. Both are booked on a sole occupancy basis and catering or self-catering options are available. Hagg Farm has a well equipped kitchen with large gas cooking range and commercial style dishwasher. There is a comfortable reception area, large dining area and a games room with pool and football table. Dormitories and recently re-furbished bathrooms lead off a corridor which provides easy access to outside space as well as storage for outdoor kit and muddy boots. Outside there is a large playing field with climbing boulder, wildlife garden with large fire pit, and a courtyard picnic area with barbecues. Woodland walks lead from the door and the reservoirs of the Upper Derwent Valley including Ladybower are just over the hill. Adventure activities can be arranged for groups and are led by experienced and highly qualified instructors. On-site activities include climbing, zip wire, orienteering, bushcraft and various team challenges. Other activities such as caving, rock climbing, stream scrambling, abseiling and canoeing can also be provided.This accommodation is featured on our map of the Peak District and here is its own website.
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44: 4 x 8, 2 x 4, 2 x 2
All year. Office: Mon-Thurs 8:30am-4.30pm Fri 8:30am-4pm
£24pp: min charge for 25 people, min 2 night stay. Outdoor activity instruction for 12 from £300 per day.
Advance booking essential.
From Ladybower Reservoir junction take the A57 3 miles west towards Glossop, look out for a sign to Hagg Farm on the right.
Trains at Bamford (7 miles away) on the Hope Valley Line.
This accommodation is near mountains, is in a National Park, is available only to groups and is on the map of accommodation for school groups, the ideal for retreats page, the Land's End to John O' Groats Walk and the Pennine Way.