I featured Moors Valley in last weeks #countrykids with the Stick Man trail. This week we were back, only this time to do the Play Trail.
We haven’t done the play trail at Moors Valley since April time and we were looking forward to trying out some of the new equipment. Abbey’s boyfriend Paul joined us for the fun and was immediately made to join in the fun by Isaac and Eliza. At this point Kian was sulking as he wanted to stay at home, but he soon came around!
|Eliza is straight into the puddles|
Eliza headed straight for the puddles, some which were a little deeper than anticipated, but it was all part of the fun. We stopped occasionally to pose for photo’s although it soon became obvious that photo bombing was far more fun!
The kids raced through the Ant Hill in record time because they were eager to try out the new Arabian Castle – I can’t blame them – it’s stunning!!
|Abbey claims it as hers|
Eliza spent ages running through the castle and sliding down the fireman’s pole at the rear, over and over again, whilst Isaac preferred to climb.
Big brothers are there to catch you!
When they were finally persuaded away from the Arabian Castle it appeared jumping was the new challenge of the day.
Jumping off tree stumps, over puddles, you name it, they jumped it!
|Isaac pretends he is being eaten|
The next part of the trail led to some toadstools………..
before finding some rather large spiderwebs, which Eliza wasn’t too sure of until Abbey dashed in to help.
Kian’s challenge was to get from one end to the other without touching the floor!
|It’s easy Mum!|
There may have been a bit of monkeying around too!
|Kian hits a tricky bit|
Isaac wonders what all the fuss is about!
and a giant wooden spider.
The next challenge was balancing and Eliza couldn’t wait to try it!
Isaac and Eliza did the balance beams in record time with minimum help and then it was time for the final challenge. The little ones had to complete the maze……..
whilst Kian took on the ultimate climbing challenge…..
|I think he enjoyed it|
Eliza did some bouncing……..
and we waved to the train……