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Another chance to disappear into the wilds for a night and discover what stirs in the forest late in the evening and as the sun comes up. We'll leave London late on the Saturday morning and catch a train for an hour deep into the countryside. After an hours walk down some leafy lanes we'll enter a large woodland and follow a trial until we reach a narrow river that runs through the centre of the forest. Following a little bit of exploring, we'll set up camp in the trees and cook some dinner before heading out again as the sun goes down to find out what woodland critters live in the forest. The next morning we'll explore some other areas of the forest as we make our way back to the station and home to London. This trip is not for the faint hearted and you'll need to bring all the kit you need to survive for a night under the stars (tent etc). If the weather is warm enough I'd recommend leaving the tent at home and packing a hammock instead - there's nothing quite like swinging between the trees and looking up at the stars as you drift off to sleep - and it's much less kit to carry! Actual meeting point, station and destination will be revealed to those coming on the trip closer to the date. Due to the nature of where we'll be camping, the trip needs to be limited to 6 people.