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our highest go ape adventures

You'd be surprised at how teeny-weeny everything on the ground looks from way up high. Even if you aren't afraid of heights, your legs are bound to wobble a little when you reach the top of the rope ladder and take a step onto the very first platform.

Face Your Fear of Heights At Go Ape

If you take a look around at the other folks in the trees, they'll all be doing everything they can to ignore the fact they're sky-high. You'll realise that there are different ways of dealing with the height: some people choose to shut their eyes (not so practical when you're navigating your way across an obstacle); some people like to yell at the top of their voices and scare the birds out their nests; while others like to become tree-huggers, tightening their grip around a trunk and refusing to let go for a good couple of minutes.

IF YOU'RE A GO APE NEWBIE, HERE'S AN INSIDER'S TIP...

At the start of your adventure, look in front of you, look behind you, look up at the sky... just don't look down! Especially when you're making your way up those seemingly endless rope ladder steps.

Before you know it, you'll start getting used to the height. Completing the obstacles (like a boss) will give you newfound confidence and you'll start enjoying the fact you're 30(ish) feet up in the air. You'll have no problem looking at the ground beneath you, waving to family, friends or members of the Go Ape tribe as you monkey around in the trees.

OUR COURSES WOULDN'T BE AS MUCH FUN IF THEY WERE A METRE HIGH, WOULD THEY?

It would certainly be a short zip line journey to the ground. Our courses are designed to be challenging. They're meant to make you tremble with fear and excitement and send adrenaline pumping around your body! And because they're tricky, you actually feel like you've accomplished something when you whizz down the final zip wire at the end of your adventure!

SO, DO YOU DARE TO TACKLE OUR HIGHEST OBSTACLES?

If the answer's yes, try these out for starters:

GRIZEDALE

Standing at over 18 metres tall you'll find the five zip platform at our Go Ape adventure in Grizedale, Cumbria. Once you've launched yourself (or hesitantly stepped) off the platform, you'll fly 200 metres across the top of Grizedale Beck. Exciting, huh? 

whinlatter

Officially crowned 'Highest Go Ape in the country,' the course at Whinlatter Forest in Keswick isn't for the faint-hearted. Nestled in the stunning Lake District, Go Ape Whinlatter is based in England's only true mountain forest and when you're up in the trees, you're so high you can see all the way to Scotland! 

cockfosters

Who said you need to travel to the countryside to Go Ape?! The Go Ape course at London's Trent Park reaches a towering 16 metres at its highest point. It's also the very first twin course (which means double the fun), and it's home to our epic Skateboard Zips!