Wild Food Foraging walks – Spring roots, leaves and flowers


Price is £35pp. Children under 12 go free but must be accompanied by a paying adult. Booking essential.

These walks last 3 hours. You are booking for Saturday 17th June 2023. Please see below for other upcoming dates or visit our Facebook page.

Our walks take you through the seasons into the different habitats at the different times of year our bodies are most naturally drawn to them

Spring plants are natures way of raising your metabolism after the long nights of winter and staying huddled up inside in hibernation mode. They help to clean your blood and strip the cholesterol that your body needed to function in the colder dark days of winter. These energising plants with their bold flavours are a great way to begin your wild food journey.

We’ll be running these half day walks through mid March to mid June where we will show you how to identify the different edible flowers, leaves and roots of spring. We’ll visit coasts, fields, woodlands and hedgerows, where we can gather edibles and talk about their different uses, including; as food and beverages, medicine, and traditional uses. 

All of our walks identify the edible plants as well as some of their poisonous ‘lookalikes’. There are always plants to taste and examples of goods that can be made with them. We will also discuss other uses of the plants from fire starting to primitive artist materials.


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Dates and Locations

Our Spring walks generally run from 10am – 1pm but we will send you details when we have confirmed your booking. Locations vary throughout Cornwall and Devon and will be updated on our Instagram and Facebook pages (Panash Adventures). Please state which date you are looking to attend at the checkout:

Sunday 4th April -FULLY BOOKED

Sunday 11th April

Sunday 18th April

Sunday 2nd May

Sunday 16th May


Sunday 6th June

Further dates will be added soon. Please keep an eye on our social media pages for updates. Thank you

Please note that these may be subject to change so check our Facebook page or contact us for more information before turning up.

Other Information

Please dress appropriately for the weather. You might also like to bring a basket to gather small amounts of what we find and also a walking stick can be useful, especially on our rocky shore walks.

Please let me know when booking whether you have any dietary restrictions or allergies as we always aim to have examples of wild foraged foods for you to try. There will be a chance at the end of the walk to reflect on what we have covered so you may wish so bring a flask and plenty of drinking water.

Please note that whilst you will be given guidance as to the uses of the different plants and fungi we see, any decision to taste anything is done entirely at your own discretion. Different people can be affected by different plants and fungi, even when they are known to be edible.

Not all locations are suitable to bring dogs, except guide dogs, so please check before booking on our walks. We also ask that you please do not leave them in your car as we will be gone some time. Thank you for your cooperation.

Physical Requirements

These walks are open to anyone who is capable of walking at a slow meander over uneven ground for up to 2 miles.

If you have any medical concerns then please inform me at the beginning of the walk or at the time of booking and please bring any necessary medication with you.


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