Lockerbrook Outdoor Centre
Snake Pass, Bamford
- Climbing / abseiling
- Mountain biking
We offer bespoke programmes both on a residential and non-residential basis for family and friends groups, corporate groups and hen/stag activity events.
- Up to 38, self-catering or catered
We are a great base for you to explore the wild beauty of the Upper Derwent Valley either on foot or by bike. Places like Alport Castles or Derwent Edge and the Derwent Dams are all nearby. If you are looking for a place for a digital detox or a retreat then look no further! Whatever you do while at Lockerbrook you we hope you will return home with some very happy memories of this beautiful part of the Peak District.
If you are staying with us your group will return to a comfortable and warm base with large social space and log burner. Sleeping accommodation for 38 is in 8 rooms with bunkbeds. A large self-catering kitchen and sheltered courtyard provide ample space for your group to eat and relax.
For more information visit the Lockerbrook Farm website.
Public Transport Links
- Bamford train station is 8 miles away with trains to both Sheffield and Manchester
Lockerbrook Farm was built in 1756 and is situated on an ancient packhorse route high above the Derwent Valley with stunning views over Ladybower reservoir. In 1964 it was rescued from dereliction by the Woodcraft Folk and developed to become an outdoor centre for young people and group accommodation open to all.
We are a purpose built residential centre for adventurous activities specialising in the provision of caving, rock activities, paddle-sports and team building for schools and youth groups and are licenced by the Adventure Activities Licencing Service. Our programmes are designed to support the John Muir Awards.