- Hindleap Warren
- Woodrow High House
An adventure at Hindleap will give your group an unforgettable experience and memories to last forever. Whether this is getting covered in mud while out exploring the forest and its streams, waking up with deer grazing outside your window or pushing yourself outside your comfort zone on our high ropes courses.
Residential trips have been shown to promote a range of benefits for children and young people in terms of personal development, these include:
We have also gathered evidence that demonstrates our activities and support from our staff, help to build resilience and determination in children and young people.
We offer a variety of activities, including climbing, canoeing, high ropes, problem solving and team building. A full list of all our activities can be found here.
We are able to host weekends and trips away that enable you to deliver your own programmes to your group. We have a range of facilities onsite and our friendly team will support you in making your visit as easy and successful as possible.
We are able to work with you to achieve the outcomes, goals and objectives you want. Whether it’s to gain an accreditation, work on team building or simply to have fun in a new location outside of the young people’s normal environment.
By offering flexible packages, we are able to design and deliver bespoke programmes for your group to suit a variety of group sizes and needs, as well as budgets.
Our staff team understand the challenges that many children and young people face and by working closely with other departments in London Youth we are able to share best practice and training to ensure we are able to assist with the challenges groups face.
As a London Youth Member you are also eligible for a discount on you residential booking!
During April and May, we are running exclusive programme offers to London Youth Members.
Please note these offers are subject to availability.
Experience Hindleap’s exclusive real rock residential. Develop new skills by learning to tie knots, belaying, abseiling and climbing techniques to push your climbing experience to the next level.
Work with our Instructors to progress your climbing from artificial climbing walls to the beautiful offsite southern sandstone venues where you will be able to take on the challenge of climbing on natural rock.
Experience Hindleap’s exclusive underground mining residential. Discover the hidden world underneath you by exploring the firestone mines of the North Downs.
Crawl deep into the heart of the mines through tunnels, gaps and passages under the guided tuition of Hindleap’s Instructors who will help you grow in confidence and develop resilience by experiencing a new world like never before.
Experience Hindleap’s exclusive paddle sports development residential. Learn some basic kayak and canoeing techniques (including capsizing if you’re feeling brave!) and feel the thrill of being on open tranquil water.
Hindleap’s Instructors will help you smooth out those first time wobbles and increase your confidence to enable you to kayak and canoe efficiently and hopefully improve your skills for the future.
Hindleap Warren can also provide ASDAN accredited Short Courses. Our staff will run the activities and facilitate the classroom sessions allowing young people to learn from their experiences in our woodland. This nationally recognised award can then be added to a CV and referenced in an interview or application.
The ASDAN Activities Short Course accredits up to 60 hours of mixed activity. It can be used in most situations, but is particularly suitable for accrediting activities taking place in youth projects that do not fit easily into set challenges.
The Peer Tutoring Short Course is a second award, which offers the opportunity of additional recognition for young people who are supporting others through the Activities Short Course (perhaps having completed it themselves), or who are taking on a leadership role for a group of young people engaged on a specific activity.
The flexibility of ASDAN’s Short Courses means that they can be carried out in a variety of settings, over a time period to suit the individual or co-ordinating centre.
Young people of all abilities, mainly aged between 13 and 19 (as well as adults and younger learners, where appropriate).
Short Courses are multi-level and so, the focus is on completing challenges and skills development according to individual ability, rather than attainment at a specific level.