The Goliath of our high ropes adventures. One to test your nerve and head for heights. Perfect for older children & teens over 1.4m.
- Go Moderate/Hard
- 2-3 hours
- From £25
A treetop experience for grown up kids with challenging obstacles, high platforms and long zips. Great for more adventurous children (1.2m & over).
This experience lasts one hour and is perfect for young adventurers and families looking for some jam-packed fun in the forest canopy. Ideal for young adventurers over 1m tall.
One for the zipline fanatics. Seven forest ziplines totalling a whopping 3km. Zip.Wire.Heaven.
A high-wire adventure for thrill seekers who want to get their adrenaline-kicks in super quick time. For adults who are short of time but still want a dose of thrill.
Heavy duty all-terrain Segway + spectacular off-road trails = possibly the most fun you can have on two wheels in the woods.
Tree houses, netted walkways, bouncy nets full of inflatables balls ALL 30 feet above the forest floor.
A 12m free fall toward the forest floor. The Plummet is an adventure junkies delight! Located at selected sites only. Purchase as an extra on your Treetop Challenge at cabin or as an individual activity.
An exciting new activity, available at Go Ape Coventry and now Go Ape Matfen. Get back to your roots and channel your inner warrior with an hour of stress-busting axe throwing.
Try the latest craze to hit the UK; Electric Scooters…with a Go Ape difference. Go Ape Margam is the first activity site to offer an off-road Electric Scooter in the UK. Perfect for the adrenaline junkie.
Calling all night owls! You can experience some of our top challenges with an extra dose of added thrill. Limited availability.
Every single one of us is afraid of something, whether we like to admit it or not. You might have a common fear, like arachnophobia (a fear of spiders), claustrophobia (small spaces) or aerophobia (flying). Or, your fear might be a little more obscure, such as spectrophobia (a fear of mirrors), omphalophobia (belly buttons) or trypophobia (holes)
One fear we're familiar with dealing with here at Go Ape is acrophobia, aka, the fear of heights. Not a day goes by without us welcoming a customer who's a little uneasy of heading up into the trees. They visit us because they want to face their fears, and we're there to support them, every step, jump, climb, swing and leap of the way!
Whatever your phobia, believe us when we say you can and will overcome it! Here's a four-step process to help you do just that:
The first step of facing your fear is acknowledging you have it. Often, we ignore or deny our fears but, if you do that, it'll never disappear! If you admit your fear, you'll have better control of your emotions and will stand a better chance of overcoming it.
Name your fear let it come to the surface. A good idea is to buy a 'fear journal,' where you write down your fear along with the following:
Use your journal to record your thoughts and feelings as you start to face-up to your fear. Set yourself small goals and tick off as you go along. The journal will help you to track your progress and will give you the motivation to push hard and achieve your main goal, which is, to overcome your fear!
Time to take control! Often, when we fear something we try to distance ourselves from it as much as we can. We stay fearful because we never expose ourselves to it. So, those small goals that you're setting yourself need to involve you exposing yourself to the fear, a little bit at a time.
For example, if you've got a phobia of heights, you might want to set yourself the goal of travelling to the second floor of a building and peering out of the window. As you start to gain confidence and start taking control, set harder challenges and move up those floors!
The alternative to gradual exposure is direct confrontation and facing your fear head-on. Many people prefer to do it this way but be warned, there's a chance you could fail so you need to be prepared for it. And if you do fail, don't feel too disheartened or give up, just go back to introducing yourself to the fear gradually. Accept that you might suffer a few setbacks, but by all means do not let them stop you from overcoming your fear.
Understand that fear isn't always a bad thing. The emotions we feel when we are fearful are the same as those we feel when we're excited! When you accomplish a small goal, or confront your fears, adrenaline will pump through your body and you'll feel, well, great! Remember that feeling and soon enough, you'll start associating fear with that happy, excited feeling.
As we've said, everyone has a fear. The sooner you start realising you're not alone, the better. Don't be too hard on yourself we're only human, after all! Change your perception of fear so you think of it as something that inspires confidence and courage! You can do it!
We'd love to help you tackle your fear of heights, book now and conquer the tree-tops with Go Ape!