Whitehough Outdoor Centre
Operated by Burnley FC in the Community, Whitehough Outdoor Centre is a 22-acre outdoor education facility nestled in the enchanting Pendle countryside.
Sleeping up to 64 on-site in dormitory-style rooms, we can accommodate both large and small groups. The site also includes two classrooms, a large dining room, an extensive camping field, a 40-seater conference suite and on-site activities.
Discover Our Activities
Our activities are delivered on both land and water by qualified Outdoor Elements instructors, approved with the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority. We believe young people can be inspired by outdoor education and we want all our visitors to thrive in this unique environment.
Try your hand at building a shelter to protect you from the elements, light a fire without matches and maybe even have a go at making a cup of nettle tea.
Work as a team to build a tower of crates and see how high your teammate can climb before the crates topple over!
This activity is a super sensory experience – can you find your way around the course wearing a blindfold?
Pendle Hill is always a favourite route for a full-day hike! You can also opt for a shorter route over Stang Top to Black Moss or through Aitken Wood to see the sculpture trail.
The two climbing trees have climbing holds on the trunk, giving climbers a choice of routes to get to the top.
A selection of problems to solve using teamwork, communication and physical ability during tasks.
Where To Find Us
Though the activity centre feels a million miles from the hustle and bustle of a town or city, it’s actually only 10 minutes from the M65 motorway and 20 minutes from Burnley town centre on Barley New Road.
Barley New Rd, Barley, Burnley BB12 9LF