Summer holiday fun at Clent Hills

Little boy in blue stripy top balancing on a log

Get outdoors and enjoy the school summer holidays at Clent Hills.

Summer Play Trails

Create your own adventures this summer with our Summer Play Trails, to help you explore nature and have fun on the Clent Hills. There will be four different self-led trails on offer over the whole holidays, so you can do a different one each time you visit.

Drop by the welcome stand at the Nimmings Wood car park to collect your trail and don’t forget to stop by on your way home to claim your prize! You can also pick up a copy of the all new ’50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾’ activities to try on Clent or elsewhere.

The trails include:

  • Bloomin’ Great Tree trail, taking you on a walk up to the top of Clent Hill and back to the Nimmings Wood car park.

  • Nature Scavenger Hunt, to try out wherever you walk and can be done again and again on different visits.

  • ’50 things’ activity trail, following the Easy access path to the top of Clent Hill and returning back to the car park.

  • Animal Antics trail, aimed at our younger explorers and can be done anywhere on the Hills.

Trails are £2 each and will be running from Saturday 20 July to Sunday 1 September 2019, from 10am – 4pm.

Enjoy an adventurous walk up the hill
girl balancing on log
Enjoy an adventurous walk up the hill


Caring for Clent conservation activities

Every Monday-Friday through the school summer holidays, there will be a chance for you to get involved with looking after the Clent Hills and the conservation work we do.

There will be different self-led activities on offer to try as you go for a walk around Clent as the summer season changes, including bashing invasive species, looking for butterflies and completing a diversity survey.

Booking is not needed; just ask at the Welcome Point at the Nimmings Wood car park (near the café) for information to get you started, anytime between 10am and 4pm.

Activities are subject to change dependant on weather and conditions on the Hills.