The vast majority of activities at Into the Trees are drop in. You just need to check the daily programme for when and where they are happening, then show up and join in*. A small number of activities require pre-booking. More detailed information on each of these bookable activities can be found on the specific activity page and this is where you can also make the bookings, but an overview of all the bookable activities is outlined below for reference.
If you have not done so already, you should buy your festival tickets before booking places on any of these activities.
*Please note some drop in activities carry a small additional charge payable on the day.
– Kids Kayaking Lesson –
Join The Kayak Coach who will be offering a one hour fun kids kayaking experience. Designed for children between the ages of 8 – 15 years old, it’s a good way to exercise and experience that sense of adventure in the heart of the countryside.
– Kayaks, Canoes & Paddleboards –
Hire a boat or board and take the family out to explore the gentle and beautiful lakes at the bottom of the festival site. Various options and times available. Perfect for a lazy afternoon paddle…
– Mountain Boarding –
After their sell out sessions at Elderflower for the last two years we are thrilled to have Roger and Kim from Knockhill Mountain Board Centre joining us at this years Into the Trees. Since opening Knockhill MBC, Roger, Kim and co have been pushing the envelope with all kinds of crazy features to bonk, slide, jump and grind. If you missed giving Mountain Boarding a try at Elderflower Fields this year, now is your chance!
– Tree Climbing –
Join the team from The Great Big Tree Climbing Co. for this 30 minute tree climbing experience as they take you up into the tree canopy in Pippingford’s ancient woodland. Their highly skilled instructors will teach you how to ascend using harness and ropes.