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Aberfoyle

Located in the picturesque Trossachs National Park, you can expect incredible natural surrounds at this Go Ape location.

With a stunning backdrop of mountain and moorland, forest and woodland, rivers and lochs - this dual course really is zip wire heaven!

Home to two of the longest zips in the UK you’ll be flying over trees and waterfalls with unprecedented, seasonal views of the hills, valleys and Highlands. 

The start of this Treetop Challenge packs a punch with a colossal 323-metre zip thrill before you’ve even tackled the high-rise challenges. Your reward? A whopping 45-metre-high, 426-metre-long flight back down to earth.

go ape adventures at aberfoyle

A Scottish Highlands Adventure!

Just an hour from Glasgow, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park is located in Trossachs National Park. It’s a mecca for Go Ape pilgrims, thrill seekers, adventure lovers and those who just want to have fun near Loch Lomond.

Get out and about exploring the forest on two wheels. The park is home to Britain’s largest off-road cycle network. Bring the bikes and tackle some of the trails which are ideal for families and mixed abilities.

Put your navigational skills to the test. You can grab a free orienteering map from the visitor centre and explore parts of the forest most visitors don’t venture to.

If all this activity gives you an appetite, then there’s a café to grab some food and drink.

There's also an impressive Lodge Forest Visitor Centre with live CCTV viewing so you can get up close to a wide range of wildlife, and a red squirrel hide within easy strolling distance.

If you’re thinking you’re going to need more than one day to enjoy all this fabulous park has to offer then pack your sleeping bag and tent – there’s a campsite if you fancy staying longer. 

Location Overview

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  • Cycle Trails

  • Disabled Access

  • Dogs Welcome

  • Cafe / Restaurant

  • Parking

  • Picnic Area

  • Visitor Centre

  • Walking Route

Go Ape Aberfoyle, The Lodge - Forest Visitor Centre, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Aberfoyle, Stirling. FK8 3SX

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Know before you go

  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip-off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.
  • Midges will be around during the summer months. Remember to bring some spray or you can buy some from the cabin on the day.

Make a day of it

  • Take on nearby hills Ben A'an, Ben Venue or Ben Lomond.
  • Bring a bike and tackle the trails - suitable for families and mixed abilities.
  • Enjoy a drink and refreshments at the Visitor Centre café - the views are amazing!
  • The Visitor Centre also offers live CCTV viewing so you can get close to a wide range of wildlife including osprey, buzzards, peregrines, red squirrel, deer and badgers.
  • Stroll to the easy to reach red squirrel hide.
  • Very friendly and attentive team. My son had a wobble on the last Tarzan swing but the young lady did an amazing job, giving him confidence to go on and complete the course. Thanks for a great day from the both of us.

    Richard Hatton

  • Loved every minute of it, felt really safe and the people who worked there were brilliant, can't wait to book again

    Kyra King

  • Great day, the tree top adventures definitely highlight your fitness, with a few needing help to climb the nets. Zip wires were fantastic, above pathways, high line right through the trees. Staff were brilliant, briefing - clear and acurate. Loved it ! But also loved the coffee at the end 😁

    Debbz

  • Amazing experience at the night zip line. All staff extremely friendly and helpful but most importantly fun! Will definitely be back. Thanks for making it so special for us!

    Kirsty Thompson

  • Went for my 40th Birthday, by myself and had a great time! Good fun with friends or by yourself... I would recommend it.

    Rituparna Kole

  • Go Ape is an excellent adventure for all. However I feel that safety could be improved by having a system of clips which only ever allow you to have one of your carabiners unclipped at any time. I was supervising two 11 year olds who were very excited and at times became fully unclipped which made me panic. I have been to a similar place where they had a safety system which only allowed one caribiner to come off at a time and it gave much more peace of mind in regards to the safety of users.

    Deborah Meehan

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