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You can book for more than 6 people, but if you are not all from the same household you will have to be responsible for dividing your group into bubbles of no more than 6. On arrival at the car park you must already be in your bubble of 6.

Treetop Challenge

Ready to chase that feel good feeling in the fresh air? Come and join us at our Bedgebury site. Once firmly roped into the circuit, you’ll soon be tackling the cargo nets and flying down the Tarzan Swing with gusto. Crush your goals, push your group onwards and be ready for the perfect photo opportunity when you reach the tricky Tunnel Crossing. One thing is for sure – you won’t easily forget this incredible high ropes experience!

16 years and above, regular price: £33
15 years and under, regular price: £25

Prices: £25

go ape tree top challenge restrictions
go ape tree top challenge  participation ratios

One participating adult (18+) to supervise up to four children aged under 13 while on the course.

go ape tree top challenge supervision ratios

One adult (18+) to supervise up to eight children aged 13-15 from the ground or on the activity.

practical information

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    2-3 hours

  • Difficulty

    Go Moderate

  • Highest Platform

    13m

  • Longest Zip

    170m

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    All Ages

  • Minimum Height

    1.4m (4ft 7")

  • Absolutely fantastic 3 hours spent with my 12 year old daughter. Had put it off for a while, mainly because of the cost but can honestly say worth every penny. We laughed the whole time, fabulous memories made.

    Sam

  • A great day out.

    Andy Chadwick

  • Very good, great venue and fantastic staff

    Laura

  • Absolutely brilliant.

    Andrew

  • It’s been along time since I have had so much fun and laughed and screamed so much!!!

    Carol Nicol

  • Great experience. Staff were friendly & helpful. Sometimes there’s a bit of waiting around as others move round in front of you, which was a bit cold in February!

    Barbara Hodges