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Have fun in the sloping woodlands at Kelston Roundhill in this NERF laser experience, hosted by outdoor experts, Moving Mountains.
The woodland site has some clever hiding places perfect for an epic NERF battle. Your NERF tag guns only fire light, meaning all ages are safe to play and the woodland is left without rubber darts for wildlife to find. You can play any of a variety of games including ones like ‘Capture the Flag’, work in teams or just go for an all out battle.
The nature of NERF laser means it can be enjoyed by all the family and everyone is welcome to come along, from ages five and up.
During your experience there will be two metres social distancing and for the majority of your time you'll be outside.
Wear closed toe shoes and long trousers as the terrain can be muddy, especially on wet days. Bring boots or trainers you don’t mind getting messy. Please arrive 10 minutes before your experience starts.
Moving Mountains was founded by Dan in 2016 with the aim of making the great outdoors accessible for everyone to enjoy. They first focused on working with schools, helping children to do fun outdoor activities. During their time in Westerleigh they developed their activities with a focus on bushcraft and archery. Then in late 2019 change came when they discovered Roundhill Farm through a local contact and found a perfect copse for their bushcraft work - along with acres of plantation perfectly suited to orienteering, archery, and a wide range of other activities. They fell in love with the site and have been there since, still delivering on their first mission to make it easy for everyone to get out into nature and enjoy the great outdoors.View more experiences by Moving Mountains
Dan is an experienced leader of outdoor activities, which include fun lessons in archery, axe throwing and bushcraft. He's passionate about sharing his love for the outdoors, making it accessible for anyone who'd like to come along and have an experience surrounded by nature.
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