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Treetop Adventure

This family friendly adventure is perfect if you’ve got young children (over 1m tall) with steam to blow off and climbing skills to master. Set high amongst the towering tree tops, you’re sure to find fun whatever the weather. With bridges, tunnels and other obstacles to navigate, there’s something for everyone to challenge themselves and enjoy in this tree top extravaganza. Harness up and prepare to strike a photo-worthy victory pose as you speed past on the final zip wire.

Find our more about the new course for 2020 here

Under 1m tall? Try our Nets Adventure. If you want something a bit more adventurous then try Treetop Adventure+.

Prices: £19

Treetop Adventure Participation Restrictions
Treetop Adventure Supervision in the Trees

One participating adult (18+) to supervise up to two children aged under 6 while on the course.

Treetop Adventure Supervision on the Ground

An adult (18+) can supervise up to 8 children aged 6-15 years and from the ground or on the activity.

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    1 hour

  • Highest Platform

    4.3m

  • Longest Zip

    65.5m

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  • 7 14year old boys had a fantastic time on the junior tree top experience. All the staff were really friendly and helpful. Will definately be going back.

    matthew thompson

  • Great fun, great instructors who were really friendly - a fun party for a bunch of young boys!

    Emily Sweet

  • Excellent organisation and staff very friendly and encouraging.

    Marion Williams

  • Great afternoon Daughters always love it

    richard collins

  • Really great instructors, friendly and helpful. Children ages 9,8&7 although initially a bit scared absolutely loved this activity! Highly recommend

    LD

  • Great fun for 2 12yr olds and the crew at Black Park were great fun and helped the boys have a great time. Staff also very helpful and watchful at all times ensuring that all safety rules were followed.

    ROY OLDFIELD