Our most popular high ropes course with epic zip lines. Adventurers need to be aged 10 and 1.4m tall.
- 1-3 hours
- From £30
Our entry-level high ropes activity for young children over 1m tall.
A step up from Treetop Adventure, so participants must be above 1.2m and over six years old.
Push your limits further than ever with Go Ape's newest and most demanding high ropes adventure.
Head out into the forest on our heavy-duty all-terrain Go Ape Segway experiences. A perfect two-wheeled adventure for adults and kids over 7 stone.
Tree houses, netted walkways, bouncy nets full of inflatable balls ALL 30 feet above the forest floor.
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.
Big, high, fast zips. Don't look down zips. Scream if you want to go faster zips. We love them and we know you do too. So whether you are short on time or just short on thrills check out the NEW Zip Line Experience at selected locations.
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.
The most satisfying hour of your week as you sling axes hitting bullseyes and cheer on your mates.
Explore a brand new ground-based adventure at Dalkeith Country Park, Edinburgh.
Your budding rally drivers can take to four wheels, and drive a Mini Land Rover around a brand new track at Go Ape Coventry.
Published on: 31/05/23
Guest Blog by Micro Scooters
Obstacles are pretty daunting. First, it's walking, talking and running; all pretty essential. Before you know it, your kids are heading down ramps on their stunt scooters at the skate park and pleading to book the Treetop Challenge.
The truth is, adrenaline-fueled adventures never disappear. Thank goodness! Life would be pretty mundane without an adventure or two.
But how do you remove the bubble wrap and get children ready for some hair-raising thrills of their own? We teamed up with Micro Scooters, inventors of the original two-wheeled scooter that transformed the school run. Like us, they have been creating adventures for families for the last 20 years. Read this blog to find out their top tips on how to equip your child when presented with tricky challenges and get your kids adventure-ready before the weekend expeditions commence.
It’s time to join the adventure. Children will always look to their parents to see how things should be done. Hanging back and not embracing the moment may suggest to a child that there is something to be wary of.
Children check in with you more than you think and take stock of your reactions, then they use these as a benchmark. Whether they’re starting adventures on their trike, learning to ride a two-wheeled scooter or tackling the high ropes or bouncy nets, it’s time to dust off your trainers and get involved.
Sometimes our kids surprise us by heading straight to the deep end. Don’t fear; it’s going to be okay. The language that we use is so important. Encouraging words and staying optimistic means our negativity isn’t transferred. Even if they take a tumble or misjudge how tricky the high ropes are, staying upbeat is the best way to ensure they soldier on through. If your child is embarking on their first scooting adventures, but you’re not quite ready for them to be fully immersed, you can equip them with safety accessories for extra piece of mind.
There is a point in life when some adults decide they are too old to play. It’s hard to imagine, right? But sadly, for some; life becomes a bit too serious.
If this is you, don’t panic, it’s easily undone. You can fall back into the world of play very easily. Outdoor games with rules can help children learn about boundaries, all whilst getting active. That’s a win: win in our book. The euphoria of smaller achievements breeds a desire to accomplish bigger goals.
Some pesky hurdles have a tendency to destabilise the whole adventure. They can even be enough to stop an experience completely. Time, patience and perseverance are all important skills that can ensure a positive outcome.
Including children in plans for a day out can help them to understand the real beauty of the adventure and will work wonders for their resilience. Scooting a mile on their trike to the park may seem daunting, so focus on the delight in the journey of getting there.
Research in advance and plan what’s needed for the high ropes presents the perfect opportunity to ask questions and communicate any fears well in advance.
This also sets parents up nicely to avoid any tears on the day. Tick!
Hands down, this is by far the hardest skill to hone. But children really do learn best when working through the problems themselves. They’ll develop creative thinking skills when presented with a conundrum.
So, take a step back and nurture from afar using suggestions that build on the child’s approach will work wonders in resolving any issue.
Very rarely obstacles are overcome straight away. We all need time to reflect and try again, even if it means abandoning the adventures for another day. Stay upbeat in these moments and positive even if the day has been cut short.
Reflect on the small wins, and teach children to try again without judgement.
Micro Scooters were created to make everyday journeys better. Better for today’s families. Better for our world.
Over 20 years later "make it better" is a shared goal that continues to drive all they do and in 2022 they became B Corp accredited and the first carbon neutral scooter company.
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Expertly crafted to be long lasting and robust, every single Micro Scooter undergoes a gauntlet of tests to ensure it can withstand the pressure a child or adult can throw at it.