Gurt Yurt Guided Activities

Day out at Baggy Point

Walking – 

Half day -to Burrington Combe groups up to 4  £75

via Iron Age fort and back via The Rock Cafe and The Swan at Rowberrow.

Cheddar Gorge and back – Full day 8 hours   £150

Walk up through Rowberrow Forest to Beacon Batch(highest point of the Mendips) and then down to Velvet Bottom. Climb back up to the South edge of the gorge and then step down Jacob’s Ladder into Cheddar town(and lunch?). Climb back up the northern side of the gorge, walk over to Tynings Farm and then down to the Swan at Rowberrow to rehydrate.

West Mendip Way  £300-400

2-3 days from Uphill in Weston to Wells with nights back in  your Yurt.

Mountain Biking in Rowberrow Forest in conjunction with Pedal Progression.

Half day including all equipment £60 pp. With own bike etc £45pp

Also e-bike/bike rental for use along The Strawberry Line cycle track


Rock Climbing

Introduction – 3 hours in Sandford Quarry in conjunction with Mendip Outdoor Activities £20pp -equipment supplied

Advanced according to experience £50 pp half day in conjunction with Ollie Keynes Coaching -equipment can be supplied.


Intro with Mendip Outdoor Activities £20pp -equipment supplied

 Advanced with Climb and Cave, Cheddar £45 pp for ½ day

Horse Riding Tynings Farm £25 for 2 hours

Gliding £50 pp with Cheddar Gliding Club from July21. Introductory flight. Just brilliant fun!

Fishing Blagdon Lake/ Chew valley Lake Pike and Fly Fishing

Both of us loved the stay. Plenty of stuff to do, nice area. The people who run it were amazing and helpful. Big shout out to Tim for being able to set up activities for us on really short notice. It was very much appreciated.

We stayed the weekend and was able to do mountain biking, there are trails less than a 10-minutes drive away. A nice climbing spot a short drive away. We weren’t able to get any caving done but it looks fun, plenty more hikes and walks to do… there is plenty of things to do, much more than you can fit in a weekend.

The views are nice. If you are deciding to go, I’d suggest heading to the highest point in the Mendips. You can see Parts of Wales and Bristol. It’s a nice ride up and you’ll enjoy the journey down.

Really chilled out vibes and a nice stay.

— Camper 5/21

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