Challenge yourselves to uncover all 11 clues to find interesting things within University Parks and claim your place on the Natural Wanders Hall of Fame!
Explore the wooded area and take a stroll around the pond. Visit one of the oldest specimens in the park – a Japanese Pagoda Tree planted in 1888.
This is a great challenge to do as a family, including picture clues that young children can try to find around the park and written clues to get the older children and adults thinking.
We recommend taking a picnic to enjoy after completing your challenge!
An instruction sheet with full details on how to complete the challenge, including address and parking information
A map with an outline of the area, the start position and approximate locations of each answer
5 written clues and 6 picture clues describing the answers you need to find (for some answers you’ll have to take a photo)
The completion form to make your attempt to join the Hall of Fame
A social media template to share your achievement online
What you need to know
Distance: approximately 1 mile
Average duration: 60 minutes
Dog friendly? Yes
Park opening times: 7.45am till approximately 30 minutes before dusk
Accessibility: most areas of the park are wheelchair friendly. No wheelchair access through Cox’s Corner Gate. Restricted access through the Lady Margaret Hall Gate
There is no limit to the amount of people you can have in your team. The challenge costs £24.99 for the pack which can be used by the whole team.
You can complete the challenge in your own time. Once you have received your pack you choose when to go out and do it. You do not need to complete the challenge the same day you order the pack.
It is not a timed challenge, so you can relax and enjoy the nature while completing your challenge.