Glenbrook Outdoor Activity Centre
Glenbrook Outdoor Activity Centre is located in the beautiful Derbyshire Peak District between the villages of Hope and Hathersage. It is an ideal base for Brownie, Guide or Senior Section holidays and camps.
The centre offers a range of self-catering residential indoor accommodation for parties ranging in size from 1 to 78 people. Rooms are comfortable and centrally heated. There are beds for 31 in Glenbrook House, 33 in Derwent, 4 in Chatsworth flat and 10 in Peveril. All beds are bunk beds except for Chatsworth.
Outside there are three camping fields, accommodating up to 200 campers in five designated camping areas. There is a shower/toilet block and access to fridges and freezers which are free to use. There is a solid wet-weather shelter on one of the sites. There is also a campfire circle, well stocked woodpiles, souvenir shop and a drying room.
Who is it for?
Glenbrook is primarily used by members of Girlguiding but extends to include Scouting and mid-week bookings from schools and those doing the Duke of Edinburgh Award. All youth groups are welcome and corporate bookings are considered mid week and out of season.
We also run residential events that are suitable for young people working towards their Queens Guide or Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.
On-site activities include: archery, monkey tree climb, slack lining, pioneering, adventure course, traverse wall, orienteering course, stream-dipping, backwoods cooking, shelter building, various trails.
Off-site activities led by Glenbrook instructors include: walking, night hikes, weaselling, rock climbing, abseiling from Miller's Dale Viaduct.
Also available in the area: cycle hire (a Glenbrook instructor can be used), Hathersage open air swimming, show caves at Castleton.
New activities are being added all the time, so please visit our website or find us on Facebook for up to date information.
How much does it cost?