How long is Tree Top Adventures?
Treetop Adventure is a totally unique outdoor experience. Our courses take you on a 2-3-hour self-guided tour through the forest canopy. You will navigate suspended obstacles and ziplines leaving you feeling both accomplished and exhilarated.
What can we do at TreeTop adventure park?
Whether you’re a family of experienced thrill-seekers or tree-climbing amateurs, a treetop adventure course has ziplining and rope-swinging fun that everyone will enjoy. Even mom and dad will love becoming big kids again for the day. We here at The Adventure Park have a suitable challenge for everyone.
What’s the difference between tree top challenge and adventure?
For TreeTop Challenge, children must be at least 10 years old and 1.4 metres tall. One adult can supervise a maximum of two children aged 10-15 (the number of children you can supervise increases for 16-year-olds and older). The TreeTop Adventure course is designed for children aged 6 to 12 years old.
Can you wear shorts at Go Ape?
Hi, thanks for your interest in Go Ape! We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that you don’t mind getting a little dirty (gym clothes are perfect, but keep in mind the harness will sit on your upper thighs and waist, so longer shorts are best) and closed toe shoes such as sneakers or hiking boots.
What does treetop mean?
Definition of treetop 1 : the topmost part of a tree. 2 treetops plural : the height or line marked by the tops of a group of trees.
How long is hollybank zipline?
In the canopy, zipping from tree to tree, and culminating with our longest ride stretching 400 metres, you’ll learn about Hollybank forest’s unique ecosystem as your tour guides lead you to each cloud station.
Is TreeTop challenge hard?
Climbing the rope ladders to the tree tops was a little strenuous, but once you get to the treetop obstacles, there are “easy” routes and more “difficult” routes. There was a wide range of ages in our group and it seemed that no one had any issues.
Is Go Ape difficult?
The Go Ape course at Wendover Woods is extreme in its entirety. The aptly-named ‘Extreme’ route includes some of our most-challenging crossings, some of which are enough to make the bravest of gorillas shake in their shoes. And before you even reach those crossings, you’ve got to take-on a scrambling net.