Scale the four route festival climbing wall and enjoy amazing views from the heights of the festival site.
#2 Guided walks
Explore the gorge and nearby nature reserves with walking and wildlife experts from Cheddar Walking, Mendip Hills AONB and the Somerset Wildlife Trust.
Join our resident yogi Christie for a session of muscle stretching and mental re-calibrating. Mass stretching sessions will be led from the stage each morning, with small group yoga sessions taking place across the weekend.
#4 Orienteering and navigation
Learn how to read a map and use a compass properly with Ordnance Survey’s #GetOutside Champions including David Love, Matthew Dieumegard-Thornton and Dwayne Fields.
Explore a series of 30 metre long tunnels and discover four exciting activity chambers within the mobile caving unit.
#6 Mountain bike skills
Fine-tune your mountain bike technique with British Cycling qualified instructors from Forest Trail (tutoring U16s) and Trail Unknown, who’ll be taking adult riders around a skills course.
#7 Family adventure sessions
Join David Mellor, the man behind the popular Potty Adventures blog for informative and fun seminars about getting outdoors with young children.
Discover your inner William Tell with these have a go archery sessions run by Archery GB instructors.
Go on a tour of the night sky with the Space Detectives, a team of astronomers led by Mission One Education team member Jo Richardson. get a close-up (and safe) view of our nearest star, the Sun with their solar telescope.
#10 Barefoot walking
Shed your shoes and introduce your toes and heels to the feel of the terrain below, with barefoot-walking guru Julie.
#11 Axe throwing & saw racing
Walk the wobbly line, with some instruction from the experts, who will also put on displays to show us all how it can be done.
#13 Disc golf
Give Frisbee golf a go and discover an addictive alfresco sport that rewards precision over power.
Learn how to forage for your supper with local wild food expert Adrian Boots (Sunday only)
#15 Campfire cooking
Bake bread and make smores on an open fire, and discover how to make nettle crisps with the Craft Invaders.
#16 50 things
Whether you’re approaching 11¾ or nudging 46½, tick off a batch of the National Trust’s famous 50 Things list.
#17 Bush craft
Fashion a bracelet or a flower crown from natural materials and celebrate the Solstice in style.
Master the dark art of uke strumming with members of the fabulous Frukes (Sunday only).
#19 Dry stone walling
Try your hand at a traditional craft. Join our team as they maintain a dry stone wall.
#20 Pitch perfect
Take part in a tent-pitching competition run by the Yeo Valley girlguides, with great prizes for the quickest team.
Settle by the fire and listen to spellbinding yarns spun by the wild raconteurs of Time & Tide storytellers.