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TRENT PARK

London

Trent Park lies in 413 acres of rolling meadows, enchanting brooks, exquisite lakes and ancient woodland. It forms part of London's Green Belt and provides a natural, rural and tranquil atmosphere right on the outskirts of London. Go Ape Trent Park is an orangutans arm away from Cockfosters Tube Station and is one of our highest adventures in the South of England.

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TRENT PARK

London

  • TREE TOP ADVENTURE
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Tree Top Adventure

Enjoy two to three hours in the trees taking on Zip Wires, Tarzan Swings, Rope Ladders and a variety of obstacles and crossings. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and get your fix of fresh air high up in the Trent Park tree tops. Our Enfield adventure, located at the end of the Piccadilly Line, features a unique double Tarzan Swing, an Alpine Zip and a double Skateboard Zip for the ultimate shared experience!

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Price:

Baboon (10-15)

£25

Gorilla (16+)

£33

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Restrictions

Maximum Weight:

20.5 stone (130Kg)

Minimum Age:

10 years

Minimum Height:

1.4m (4ft 7")

Participation Ratios

Supervisor

Adult

(18+)

+

Supervisee Supervisee

Baboon

(10-15)

16 - 17 year olds can supervise themselves

Know Before You Go

What should I wear?

We suggest that you wear something you don’t mind getting grubby. Dress for the weather, so bring along a mac if it’s raining! Make sure your stomach area is covered. Please wear appropriate footwear with soles with good grips. No sandals or slip-off shoes. You’ll need closed toe and heel shoes (with flat soles). Long hair must be tied back.

When do I need to arrive?

Make your way to the Go Ape cabin and be ready to get going on your Go Ape adventure at your booked time. Late arrivals that miss their session will be charged at full price.

Can I bring a camera?

Phones and cameras are permitted, as long as they always stay attached to the participant. Lanyards are available to buy from the cabin, subject to availability.

tree top adventure checklist

  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure and only bring the essentials - there is limited space for storage in the cabin.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Bring a pair or buy them at the cabin on the day.
  • Parking is free

Longest Zip

120

METRES

Highest Platform

16

METRES

Longest Crossing

32

METRES

Total Length

622

METRES

ReVIEWS & FEEDBACK

Spencer

FOREST SEGWAY, Black Park

28th September 2016

Whilst we are certainly not experts we have been on Segways a number of times previously with 'Go Ape'. The penultimate experience was very good, the leader split the group into two recognising the significantly varied experience levels. This last time however was very different. Despite the group being full, there were only two guides so we were not split. Interestingly when the main leader asked another member of staff at the briefing session if they were joining the group he responded in a particularly lethargic tone - 'no, I'm staying here'. There were more than enough staff "chilling" that could have joined the group to support, but appeared to be simply uninterested. As a result the session was particularly pedestrian, and frankly boring. Two of our group, despite never having done Segway before also found the session slow and boring. For what was £70 for us as a couple I found it dreadful value for money. We were very disappointed and frustrated by the whole experience, my wife I know will be in contact for a refund. We have visited many times before, but definately not again. Summary - Boring, frustrating and expensive waste of time. There are many solutions to cater for varied experience and competence levels but not a single attempt was made to address this. Sorry, but its the truth!

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Shireen

TREE TOP JUNIOR, Leeds Castle

28th September 2016

The staff were brilliant when my daughter got scared and very stuck. They climbed up and helped her finish the course, otherwise we might still be there!

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Christine

TREE TOP JUNIOR, Sherwood

28th September 2016

Our 2 children enjoy the Go Ape Tree Top Junior and have been a few times before. The only difficulty they have is that there is only one way round and therefore when there are children who go very slowly or have to be coaxed along by a parent, then they end up waiting around for a lot of their time!

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Justin

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, Alice Holt

28th September 2016

All good, lasted about the right time and had the right amount of challenge for the people I was with

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Kathie

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, ZIP TREKKING ADVENTURE, Grizedale

28th September 2016

We came for my partners 60th, brave and stupid!!! But once I jumped off the first drop I was fine. I was amazed at my age that I could go round so high up on quite interesting bits of wood!!! in the rain. Coming off each section was fun going down the zips. The Zip adventure was just fantastic, we can't wait to come again, the course staff were brilliant and so helpful, really good value for money, but you have to be fairly fit to walk up to it, we wore walking boots which I would say was a good call.

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Lorraine

ZIP TREKKING ADVENTURE, Grizedale

28th September 2016

It was a fantastic experience. Having done smaller zip wires I knew I was going to enjoy it, but it was more exhilarating than I had expected. Also sharing the experience with my daughter was great fun and a wonderful memory to share.

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Chelsea

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, Sherwood

28th September 2016

So many crying with laughter moments and knee shaking climbs. Would have loved treetop cameras to capture all the horrific and ugly faces we pulled!

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Charlotte

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, Bedgebury

28th September 2016

We thought the girl who gave us the safety brief was excellent. She made sure we all understood the importance of always being hooked on. There were 8 in our party and all managed to complete it. Some of the ropes are quite difficult to reach but it makes it more fun if it`s not too easy. A really fun activity.

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JM

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, Thetford Forest

28th September 2016

The family members who went on the experience absolutely loved it. As parents we were walking round holding bags and taking photos. Sadly my husband fell and has badly injured his ankle. It was where the double zip wire ends and there are raised logs and it is very steep. My husband slipped and fell. Perhaps that could be looked at to prevent further injuries.

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Lisa

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, TREE TOP JUNIOR, Sherwood

28th September 2016

We very much enjoyed it, however, on item 4 there was a large jolt on the zip wire and my son did experience neck pain the next day. I feel this may need looking at. But it didn't put him off and we all had s great day, but it would make me think about booking again

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Jess

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, Southampton

28th September 2016

Had such a great experience at Itchen Valley! Superb course extremely well maintained and definitely pushed you to your limits. The staff were the best part though both at check in and the course instructor could not do enough for you and were really friendly. They even jump started my car for me after I stupidly left the lights on, way beyond the call of duty! Thanks for a great laugh and highly recommend this course.

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Ben

TREE TOP ADVENTURE, Bedgebury

28th September 2016

Brilliant day. Lots of fun. BUT a MASSIVE thank you to Ben r instructor. Really nice bloke very knowledgeable with a excellent ability to teach. Great time had

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