- Crate Stack
- Zip Wire
- Challenge Course
- Horse Activities
- Giant Swing
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At Calvert Trust Exmoor it's what you CAN do that counts.
All of our breaks are built around a structured programme of activities, lead by our qualified instructors and tailored to the specific needs of our visitors. The range of indoor and outdoor activities guarantees fun and adventure whatever the weather.
We provide both standard and adaptive equipment as well as waterproofs. Visitors need to bring warm comfortable clothing. for a suggested kit list please download either our kit list or easy read kit list.
To find out more about any of our activities click the activity name to go to a page about it.
The centre has exclusive access to Wistlandpound reservoir for Sailing*, kayaking and canoeing, and we have our own pontoon with hoist facilities. RYA and BCU courses are available for those who wish to develop their skills.
We offer a wide selection of accessible cycling options including hand cranks, KMX bikes, fun2go tandems and a Veloplus wheelchair loading bike.
Climbing and abseiling take place on both our indoor and outdoor climbing walls, both provide variety to suit all abilities; you can even abseil in a wheelchair. Alternatively take the zip wire for an instant adrenalin rush!
Our archery range provides the ideal opportunity to learn basic archery techniques or to enhance existing skills.
Learn bush craft and survival skills in the woods or try the challenge course and tackle the spiders web and navigate the swamp crossing if you dare! New for 2013, our woodland area now includes a fantastic low ropes course including the rats tail walk, postman’s walk, Burma bridge, wobbly bridge and zip wire!
We have both indoor and outdoor crate stack and the challenge continues to find out who can stack the most crates before the stack collapses.
For those who wish to venture further afield and see more of North Devon we can build a discovery and exploration session into your programme. Trips can be tailored to your requirements whether it’s a visit to a local town or a nearby beach or one of the many local attractions such as Exmoor Zoo.
"One pupil who does not often show signs of any concentration used a lot of hand/eye coordination in the archery and showed a lot of awareness of cause and effect. He really came to life!"