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Alice Holt

Get a treetop view of the beautiful South Downs. Located off the beaten track, the diversity of Alice Holt is its highlight. 

With Treetop Challenge, Treetop Adventure Plus and Treetop Adventure Alice Holt is ideal for thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies and full on, family fun.

There are super high platforms and gut-wrenching crossings on the Challenge course whereas the Adventure route is the perfect learning ground for young adventurers. It’s fair to say - there’s something for everyone.

 

 

 

go ape adventures at alice holt

skyward bound in the south downs

You’ll find Alice Holt just four miles south of the historic town of Farnham. This royal forest offers royal views. Take your pick - Scots pines, meadows and ancient woodland are all here to be enjoyed.

Once you’ve climbed, balanced and zipped there’s plenty more to enjoy. Take in the beautiful woodland view as you explore the trails by foot or on two wheels. Children will be spoiled for choice with play areas, wooden animal play structures, Gruffalo sculptures and the Timberline play trail.

Need more? 

If you’re thinking Alice Holt is just for thrill seekers and children, think again! Farnham Angling Society fishes at Lodge Pond and if you get there for 9am on a Saturday morning you can join in on the weekly parkrun.

This is all hunger and thirst inducing fun. There are lots of food and drink options with a picnic area and a café.

Location Overview

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  • Disabled Access

  • Dogs Welcome

  • Cafe / Restaurant

  • Picnic Area

  • Play Area

  • Visitor Centre

  • Walking Route

  • Winter Opening

Go Ape Alice Holt, Bucks Horn Oak, Nr Farnham, Surrey. GU10 4LS

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Know Before Your 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.

Make A Day of It

● Bring a bike and explore the forest on two wheels.

● Sit back, relax and enjoy some delicious food in the Alice Holt Forest café.

● Explore the easy access walking trail.

● With children? There are play areas, animal play structures, Timberline play trail and the Gruffalo Activity Trail.

Stay Nearby with Forest Holidays

Not too far away from Go Ape at Moors Valley Country Park, Southampton, Alice Holt and Bracknell, cabins are nestled among tall beech trees in a corner of secluded forest. From woodland den building to marshmallow melting, surround yourself with nature in a cabin in the heart of one of Britain's beautiful forests.

Explore the Hampshire countryside on riverside and forest walks; hike across the downs and stop off at quaint village pubs; climb hills and walk along chalkland ridges for fabulous views all the way down to the south coast.

 

Forest Holidays cabin at Blackwood
  • Our grandson, Ivo ( 6 1/2) loved his first visit. When asked about the star ratings, he said 105! The staff were most helpful and friendly.

    Ivo

  • I accompanied two grandsons on the junior experience. We all had an excellent time.

    D Martin

  • Staff were amazing and so patient with the children as they were all first timers. We had a great day and my daughter had the best birthday party. Thank you

    Jemma

  • Great morning out and fab set of stages and obstacles, very friendly staff happy to help with any problems and issues.

    Frazer McCance

  • Took my son and 7 of his friends here for his birthday. They all had a great time. Staff were really friendly and helpful

    Cat

  • I was given a Go Ape experience as a 60th birthday present and enjoyed it so much that I was soon back there when my sister came to visit. My initial assumption was that we’d get round in under an hour so was so pleased that there was enough of the course to keep us entertained for about 2 1/2 hours. Great fun and great people.

    George Varney