High Ashurst Outdoor Education Centre Surrey
High Ashurst Outdoor Education Centre Headley Lane Mickleham, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6DQ
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What we offer on a school trip
High Ashurst is part of Surrey Outdoor Learning and Development (SOLD) and has a colourful history with records dating back to 1706. Today High Ashurst is a wonderful wide-open space for learning and self-discovery in a natural environment offering a wide range of adventurous activities. We also use the adjacent heathland which is ideal for mountain biking, night walks and orienteering.
Our activities are delivered by qualified and highly experienced outdoor education instructors. Whether you book for one day, a week or a weekly programme, our staff will facilitate a structured outdoor experience and engage with your group to maximise their learning opportunities.
Activities available at High Ashurst include: adventure/night walks, archery, challenge course, climbing and abseiling, high ropes, mountain biking, orienteering, team tasks and woodland skills.
Activities can be adapted for disabled groups and there is an off-road wheel chair trail and orienteering course.
High Ashurst is part of Surrey Outdoor Learning and Development which is a not for profit? organisation focused on the personal development of young people.
SOLD is proud to be supporting the campaign for #Brilliant Residentials as a Learning Away champion. This campaign highlights the benefits of learning through high-quality residential experiences (backed by compelling research created through the Learning Away programmewww.learningaway.org.uk ). The aim is to increase the number of residentials taking place across the UK, and improve the quality of the residential experiences. Ultimately, this aims to lead to improved resilience, relationships, achievement and brighter, brilliant futures for young people.