The Bear Trail Is Open Daily until Tuesday 6th September followed by weekends.
The Bear Trail is suitable for all ages and abilities, make sure you wear old clothes and bring a towel! Choose your 3 hour session from 10:30am or 2:00pm.
Once you’ve tackled the assault course, wash off in our NEW hot indoor showers. You can then relax under our stretch tent at the outdoor Bear Cave Cafe, serving delicious wood-fired pizzas, drinks, treats and more. Or bring your own picnic and enjoy our outdoor picnic areas.
We are easy to find – on the B3181 between Exeter and Cullompton, EX15 1RZ.
REMEMBER: EVERYONE requires a ticket. We do not offer spectator tickets. See Prices & Times for full details.
Make sure you complete your waiver in advance and ask for your certificate once you have finished the Trail!
The Bear Trail is Devon’s muddiest family assault course!
30 obstacles, unlimited mud! An award-winning mud-fest of an attraction, the Bear Trail is a family-friendly mud run obstacle course set on a 10-acre site.
Scramble over the bear nets, zoom down the zip wire and tumble through the tunnels. Tackle the assault course together as many times as you like; this is a mighty mudder for all ages.
Top tips for visiting: Bring a towel, change of clothes and dry shoes for once you are finished! We now have hot indoor showers with private individual changing rooms.
Rash vests, layers and puddle suits are all welcome. Wear anything you are happy to get muddy.
We recommend you leave any valuables locked out of sight in your car, you can leave your keys at our outdoor cafe.
A small taste of what’s on offer at the Bear Trail!
About the Bear Trail!
The Bear Trail is Devon’s award-winning family assault course – 30 obstacles, unlimited mud!
Scramble over the bear nets, zip down the zip wire and tumble through the tunnels. Tackle the assault course together then relax at the Bear Cave Cafe. Whether you’re 2 or 82, The Bear Trail is a perfect day out for all ages!
We are easy to find – on the B3181 between Exeter and Cullompton. We are opposite the Merry Harriers Pub, on the B3181 near Cullompton.