Upcoming 'Quests' organised by Project Active
Don't be afraid to take on a new challenge – you might surprise yourself with what you're capable of and discover the real YOU.
Going on an adventure can bring new experiences, broaden your horizons, and create lasting memories.
It can be a fun and exciting way to break out of your daily routine and try something new.
Challenging yourself can help you grow and improve as a person. When you push yourself out of your comfort zone, you develop new skills and gain confidence in your abilities.
This can lead to personal and professional growth and greater self-awareness and fulfilment.
Whether hiking through the mountains, paddling along the river or cycling on an old, forgotten route, there is something truly exhilarating about the unknown alongside good people. Going on an adventure can be a truly transformative experience.
It's an opportunity to pursue a specific goal, overcome obstacles, and learn valuable life lessons.
The routes start and finish at Chedworth Airfield and run west in to the heart of the stunning Cotswold Hills. With a mix of country lanes, bridleways, green-lanes, byways and private land you’ll get to see parts of beautiful Gloucestershire few others have experienced.
All 3 routes
Birdlip, Winstone, Daglingworth, Edgeworth, Sheepscombe and Coopers Hill are just a few of the famous Cotswold villages we pass through.
Please get in touch to join us on this fantastically organised event.
The Dragons Back walk starts in the small village of Pengenffordd within the Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) National Park. It boasts fantastic views of the surrounding countryside and the beautiful Black Mountains.
This route includes the highest point of the Black Mountains, Waun Fach, which translates from Welsh as small moor.
Meandering over the ups and downs of the ‘Dragons Back’, the 360 views are simply breathtaking. It helps take your mind off the amount of incline you will need to climb to conquer the back of this sleeping dragon.
The Malverns in Worcestershire cover a large area including the victorian spa town of Malvern itself at the foot of the Malvern Hills, Tenbury Wells in the beautiful English countryside of the Teme Valley, and historic riverside town of Upton on Severn.
We will be aiming to do -
Our annual early May morning leisurely paddle down the Thames to see the Sun rise over the spires of Oxford.
Will be a dark start but always worth the effort to get up early.
Really is a bit of fun at a very leisurely pace.
We are normally out for 3 hours on the water and then breakfast somewhere local afterwards.
Wave goodbye to the office and head to Bergen where you'll be met at the airport and transferred to your accommodation in Voss. After settling into your hostel for first night, head out to grab dinner locally. If you're feeling brave, you could try a quick dip in the Vangsvatnet lake before settling in for good night’s sleep before hitting the road, floating down the water tomorrow, hiking and two nights Wild Camping - WHAT A WEEKEND!!
Snapshot of what to expect -
Our second annual walk!
A local walk to help promote and raise awareness to the fantastic place that is
We will start and finish in Woodstock
This walk will tie in with an open day at Bridewell Gardens which will also be the 10 mile / halfway point where we will be.
Whilst at Bridewell we will -
The itinerary we like to follow is -
The fee for this will be a suggested donation of £20.00
The Bannau Brycheiniog (Brecon Beacons) National Park – 520 square miles of adventure, heritage, internationally recognised dark skies, towns, villages and nature.
The circular route will aim to take will include 4 of the main peaks -
Our Annual Event!
Our 16th time of doing this.
The Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge takes in the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, usually in this order, and in under 12 hours.