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Stick Man trail at Grizedale Forest

Join Stick Man on his forest adventure at Grizedale Forest. Set off with a hop and a twirl and help get Stick Man get back to the family tree!

Stick Man trail dates and information

The trail is open on the 1 December 2015. It is aimed at younger children, but the whole family can enjoy finding the trail panels and completing fun activities as they go. No booking is required*.

Activity pack 

Set out on your twiggy adventure with the Stick Man activity pack! The pack contains the trail leaflet, activity sheets, pencil, crayon and pipe cleaners to make your Stick Man. Buy your activity pack from the visitor information centre between 10.00am to 4pm. Cost £3.

Opening times

10am - 4pm

Trail starting point

Stick Man trail follows the Ridding Wood trail, starting by The Yan.

Length of trail

1 mile.


1st hour - £1.80
Additional time - 45p per 20 mins
All day maximum charge - £7.00

School groups

Ranger-led sessions available for schools, contact our learning partner, Newton Rigg College.

More information

Visit Grizedale Forest for more information on planning your visit, along with other activities available on site.

Copyright text: 2008 & TM Julia Donaldson/Axel Scheffler. Licensed by Magic Light Pictures Ltd.


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Last updated: 2nd August 2016

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What's Here?

  • Arts
  • Cafe
  • Cycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Parking (chargeable)
  • Picnic
  • Play area
  • Shop
  • Walking
  • Visitor centre
  • Toliets


OS Grid ref: SD331944
Postcode: LA22 0QJ

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Grizedale Visitor Centre

0300 067 4495
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