Might you need additional support to help you enjoy your adventure?
DeafnessWe can accommodate deaf groups, that’s not a problem. You might find it easier to bring along a BSL interpreter or a companion or two to help communicate with the staff on the day.
Please view our subtitled and translated safety brief films below prior to attending one of our courses.
Visual ImpairmentThose with visual impairments can absolutely participate, but depending on the severity, you may need up to 2 additional companions to help assist you through the course.
Learning DifficultiesA broad group, but the answer is yes! Depending on the severity, you may need up to 2 additional companions to help assist you through the course.
AmputeesMany amputees have completed our courses. There are many variables, depending on which limb(s). As long as any prosthetics are securely attached, or you can negotiate the course without, you should have no problem.
Mental healthDepending on the type and severity, you may need up to 2 additional companions to help assist you through the course. We are happy to chat through requirements.
Go Ape Safety briefs
Before you enjoy your adventure at Go Ape you can watch safety briefs for Tree Top Adventure, Forest Segway and Tree Top Junior which have been subtitled and translated by a BSL Interpreter in conjunction with our friends at Enhance the UK..