Wild camping sussex coast
Our offices are situated immediately behind Brighton Railway Station in a modern and vibrant part of the city, just a few short minutes walk from the city centre, its shops, amazing restaurants and the beach.
Our office can be reached in under one hour from London which makes it an ideal location for us and our clients.
The fact that I already appear to be a bit tired, and am reaching for my first cereal bar, doesn’t seem to be lost on anybody.
The scenery along the Seven Sisters segment of the South Downs Way is some of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen in the UK.
I don’t know how to build a shelter, start a fire, wrestle a bear, catch a freshwater fish, grow a proper adult man-beard, or do any of the other things considered second nature to Worried that I’d make a corpse of myself if I went solo on this, I managed to rope my outdoorsy mate Dave into coming along on the adventure. I’ve slept in campsites and once went “glamping” as part of a Kenyan safari, but never in my life have I done camping like this before.
Nestled in the shadows of Mount Snowden, each of our sites is set within incredible scenery with direct access to some of the best walks in Wales to get us out into the wild where the action really is.
Our Hampshire site boasts over 1000 acres of ancient woodland and meadows.
Students truly get to test their survival skills usually developed with us on previous courses.
They finish with supreme confidence in the skills they have developed, together with a desire and ability to become great leaders at school and in the community.