Complete your qualifying Bronze Expedition over two days, where our expert staff will lead you on an outdoor adventure in an exciting new place.

Using the skills you developed in your practice, we will undertake an off-site expedition exploring local landscapes and wildlife on the way. You will need to bring your own food, using what you learned in practice to decide on a suitable menu.

Our D of E Expeditions are a great way to make new friends, grow your knowledge and skills and help you to complete the Bronze D of E.

This qualifying expedition can be booked together with the practice expedition at the same centre, the ideal way to complete the expedition element by developing your skills and knowledge of the location.

You can take part as a non-resident where you travel home and return the next day, or we provide overnight camping facilities including suitably shared tents*.

Our centres are operated in a fully Covid-secure way.  Always check with your D of E Leader before booking.

Bookings must be made by over 18’s but if booking for a young person please ensure you enter their name and age in the Order Notes at the checkout.

*dependent on any Covid 19 restrictions in place. You may be in a tent on your own.

Tutor: FSC Staff

Courses are lead by experienced FSC staff.

Example Timetable

Day 1  

Arrive 09.00 Pack, check and give out kit, check planned route.

All day: Expedition

Evening: Cook own dinner, clean up. Non residents depart approx. 20.00 residents camp at location

Day 2

All day: Expedition (Non residents meet previous night’s pick up point)

Evening: Debrief with assessor, give back kit. Depart 18:00

Accrediting Agency

Duke of Edinburgh Award

What's Included

  • Comprehensive training
    Covering all aspects of the DofE syllabus and delivered by our highly experienced and qualified staff.
  • Supervision by Highly Qualified staff
    Our highly experienced instructor team will be supervising you throughout the expedition. All of our staff are a minimum of Summer Mountain Leader qualified.
  • DofE Accredited Assessors
    They will help you feel relaxed and encourage you towards completing your Duke of Edinburgh expedition
  • Use of the best group equipment available
  • Stove, pans and fuel (1 per person)
  • First aid kit (1 per team)
  • Maps and Compass (1 per person)
  • Water Purification tablets

Before You Attend

You will need to arrange:

  • Your own transport to and from the expedition venue. Participants are encouraged to follow the current social distancing guidelines when considering how to travel.
  • Your personal clothing and some expedition equipment.
  • All your food.
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