Wolves is two hours of ridiculous fun, taking place deep in the woods above the Wye near Symonds Yat. Following your introduction to the Wye Valley wolf pack by a wolf biologist and woodland ecologist your mission is to track, photograph or film the pack in its natural habitat. Experts are on hand to provide advice and guidance to help you complete your task. The pack are tagged with GPS trackers and players can access the game map to see the pack’s current location. Coveted wolf cards are awarded for confirmed sightings of wolves and other species that make up the eco-system of the Wye Valley woodlands..
Wolves roamed the Wye Valley for thousands of years. Bones of hyena, lion, brown bear and rhinoceros discovered in nearby King Arthur’s Cave show signs of having been gnawed by wolves. Now, once again, they hunt in the woods above the river and den in the caves. Wolves, the game, celebrates their return and encourages people to learn about these magnificent creatures, and the woodland they inhabit.
Wolves is free to play, but booking is essential.
Follow the Pack
Important Information Arriving by Car
PLEASE NOTE RECOMMENDED ACCESS to Symonds Yat Rock car park is via the B4432 at Christchurch. BE AWARE THAT THE APPROACH VIA SYMONDS YAT WEST IS UP A NARROW SINGLE TRACK LANE WITH LIMITED PASSING PLACES.
From the A40 at Monmouth take the A4136 towards Gloucester. At the Pike House crossroads turn left and proceed into Christchurch, take the B4432 left hand fork opposite the church and follow the signposts to ’Symonds Yat Rock’.