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Woodland frisbee golf course and yeti hunt
The perfect way to spend a some time in the great outdoors, exploring our ancient woodland and doing something completely different with family and friends.
To avoid queues you can book a private arrival slot on Booksy. This is simply your arrival time, so we can issue your frisbees, maps and score cards and explain how to play. After this you can take as long as you like out on the course. With 18 holes and acres of private woodland social distancing is easy and from just £3 per person frisbee golf is great value.
Younger players can also take part in our FREE Yeti Hunt and search for clues, decipher the code and earn a chocolate treat.
Frisbee golf is suitable for anyone over six years. Younger children are welcome to share your disc and play for free.
Reserve your slot on Booksy
What should I wear?Our course is open all year round - but can get very muddy in the winter season. Please wear walking shoes, boots or wellies as the course is steep in places, can get muddy and slippery and you may have to venture into the undergrowth to rescue your frisbee. Flip flops, Crocs, sandals or open toe footwear are not suitable.
How do I play Frisbee Golf?We will provide frisbees, scorecards and maps on arrival and explain how to play. There is an instructional video at the top of this page if you want to get a head start.
Count how many throws it takes to get your frisbee from the teeing off point into the basket. Your score is how many throws it takes to complete the 18 hole course. Lowest score wins!
How long does it take play?This depends slightly on how many of you are playing together and how busy the course is but it takes most groups around 90 minutes to complete the beginner course in full. If you are looking for a shorter game, you can simply play fewer holes.
Is Frisbee Golf COVID secure?We know these times of uncertainty can cause some anxiety about being out and about. Fortunately, the outdoors is the safest place to be. We have hand sanitiser available at reception, all frisbees are thoroughly disinfected between customers. Our check in process is contact free and our team will remain at a distance from you at all times.
Is the course buggy/wheelchair friendly?Our course runs through ancient woodland, up steep paths, narrow paths and stiles. Unfortunately it is not possible to make this activity accessible for wheel chair users, buggies or pushchairs.
Can I cancel or rearrange my session?If you have pre-paid on Booksy there is no way to amend your booking through their system. If you cancel a booking you will still be charged and we will also have to pay their commission. However, if you contact us through our website we will happily reschedule your appointment. Just check availability on Booksy and let us know when you would like to move to. Just click on the email or chat link below!
Do I need to book for under 6's?You do not need to include under 6's in your booked numbers. They can join in for free on the day.
Can I use my Frisbee Golf voucher?We are accepting Frisbee Golf vouchers but please pre-book your arrival time here and select the free "I have a Frisbee Golf voucher". Just bring your valid voucher or voucher code with you.
Can I use my Frisbee Golf annual pass?We are accepting valid Frisbee Golf memberships, but please book your time slot here and select the free "Frisbee Golf Member" option.
What if the weather isn't very good?As an outdoor activity centre we go ahead whatever the weather! The only exception to this rule is lightning directly over the centre, which we monitor very closely. Make sure you bring a change of clothes if it's raining, wrap up warm if it's windy, and drink plenty of fluids if it's hot. Make an adventure of it!!!
How many people can I bring with me?Toboggan session: No more than six people on the slope. If your group is not part of the same household then you must follow social distancing guidelines. Due to the Gorvernment "Rule of 6", spectators must be included within the 6 people limit.
Ski slope hire: If you can all already ski or snowboard, you can hire the slope for a group of up to six people. If you are from different households, then government social distancing guidelines must be followed. We strongly recommend bringing your own helmets if you have them as ours can be damp due to our sanitising process.
Rec ski: On Friday nights starting in September we have open sessions which you can join from 4.30pm until 9pm. We provide skis/snowboards and boots. We strongly recommend bringing your own helmets if you have them as ours can be damp due to our sanitising process.
Archery, axe throwing, air rifles, bushcraft, canoeing, climbing, caving and abseiling: If you book individual spaces, you may bring as many people as you have booked for. If you have booked a session exclusively, you may bring up to 8 participants.
Frisbee Golf: In line with the "Rule of 6" you may bring a maximum of 6 people for Frisbee Golf bookings.
Ski and Snowboard lessons: We ask that adults attend lessons without spectators and that the number of accompanying adults is kept to as few as possible if children are taking part in snowsport lessons. Only lesson participants will be allowed into the kit room.
Can I park?We have a large car park onsite. Parking is free of charge.
Is your cafe open?Yes, we have temporarily relocated to our lodge, which is just a short walk up the steps alongside our main ski slope and we are operating on reduced hours. We have plenty of space in our lodge with comfy indoor seating and outdoor tables in our beer garden. Hot and cold drinks, ice-cream and the best local ales, beers and ciders plus cooked breakfasts, loaded fries, paninis, jacket potatoes and stone-baked pizzas.
Friday 1pm - 9pm, Kitchen 5pm - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 9pm, Kitchen 9am - 9pm
Sunday 9am - 6pm, Kitchen 9am - 6pm
Are your toilets open?Yes, we have toilets available for customer use. There is hand sanitiser on the entry and exit points and they are cleaned regularly.
Do you have disabled access?We are very fortunate to be situated in such a stunning location set in the Mendip hills. Unfortunately, this does come with its limitations. We currently only have stair access to our slopes and cafe, and the paths leading to our onsite activities can be fairly muddy and uneven.
Pushchairs/wheelchairs/mobility scooters may struggle depending on what part of the centre they are trying to access. We are always happy to try and help where we can so please do give us a call to discuss your individual requirements.