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Mount Cook Adventure Centre

Address: Porter Lane
Middleton-by-Wirksworth
Matlock
Derbyshire
DE4 4LS
England
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Tel: 01629 823702 Please tell the venue that you found them on venuefinder.com
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Contacts: Madeline Casey
 - Sales and Marketing Officer
Check-in time: 15:00
Check-out time: 10:00
Meeting Room
Disabled Access:
Yes
Location & Parking: Mount Cook is based on the outskirts of the Peak District, easily accessible via the M1. Cromford train station is within a short drive of the Centre, which provides direct links to Derby station.

A bus stop is also located directly outside of the centre, which also connects Mount Cook to Derby and surrounding Derbyshire towns.

Parking is free and less than a 100 metres from our main building.
Accessible parking and electric car charging is also available.
Restaurants: Our dedicated kitchen offers full board catering which are cooked on-site, and tailored to suit most tastes and budgets.

All dietary requirements, including vegetarian, vegan, halal and diary & gluten-free are easily catered for.
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what our customers say

Lucy Walley (Operations Manager), Bionical
"I just want to say that we all had such a great time, the activities were lots of fun but still quite challenging! The high ropes were brilliant and tested everyone's nerves and the camp fire was the perfect evening for us to chill and relax with each other. All of the food provided was delicious and plentiful and the accommodation was comfortable and clean. Overall the whole team (aged between 21 and 53) had a great time and would love to plan something again another year."
Caitlin Wood (Marketing Assistant), Blue Steam Academy
"I've pushed myself in ways I couldn't imagine, boosted my confidence and worked with a team when I'd usually take a backseat or work independently for ease. I've thrown myself of the zipwire, raced up a rope ladder (which I'd usually make a huge fuss about!). I've been on cloud 9 ever since! It's so great to get out, work hard and have fun and meet people after spending so long in lockdown after Covid-19.

~ Review following residential apprenticeship programme at Mount Cook"

Description

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Mount Cook is a not-for-profit, independent organisation who provide access to the outdoors to all. 

Our centre sleeps up to 180 people in shared en-suite accommodation and has a variety of meeting spaces. 

Built for purpose in 2016, our centre is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside of the Peak District, whilst being easily accessible from many major cities. Our eco-friendly centre is striking and modern with a glass fronted main hall, electric car charging, and even a zip wire on the roof. 

Our centre and the 9 acres of surrounding land is available for private exclusive hire for a peaceful rural retreat, or for smaller groups looking to book meeting space.

Looking to make your event unforgettable?

Our 9 acre grounds host a variety of exciting activities such us a 100 metre Zip Wire, a High Ropes course, Archery, and Bushcraft. We offer activity packages from team building to leadership and development programmes. Our experienced instructors will provide a package designed around your desired outcomes, whether it's increased confidence, uncovering new skills, or learning something new.

Everything included

Mount Cook offers the full package, with accommodation, catering, drinks and outdoor activities. From first enquiry to departure, our world class team will ensure your event runs smoothly. 



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