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Treetop Challenge Xpress

Dare to push yourself outside of your limits? Surpass your expectations with a challenging treetop course that allows you to focus on yourself and your own sense of accomplishment as you tackle the route through the trees and feel that adrenaline rush rising as you shoot between platforms. Whether rallying together with your family, friends or as a solo adventurer looking for a challenge, this one will leave you buzzing. Suitable for anyone over 1.4m, Treetop Challenge Xpress is perfect for teenagers and adults alike.
Not quite 1.4m? Try out our Treetop Adventure+ instead!
 

Prices: £29

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    90 minutes

  • Highest Platform

    10m

  • Longest Zip

    150m

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 Stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Height

    1.4 Meters (4ft 7")

Practical Information

  • A truly exciting activity in a beautiful location. Staff friendly and helpful

    Cate Potter

  • Simple and information check in, safety talk and exploration of what was in store! Great staff who were on hand if needed and encouraging to those who were nervous! Well done Black Park staff!

    Laura T

  • Our group of three 11 yr olds were on a high long after they had come down from the trees. They thought the rain made it much more fun. Whoop whoop!

    Mrs Upton

  • great experience, loved by all the family. 3,11,19,37 and 43 x

    Paula Tadzik

  • Best place to go with Friends, Family, kids or teens, whatever the weather. Staff are always so friendly and helpful and always on hand for support.

    Ellie Watts

  • Fantastic! Had a wonderful day with a few mates. I’ve always wanted to do Go Ape, and I was really impressed with how it exceeded my expectations. Higher, scarier and more physically demanding than I thought it was going to be! - though of course there are easier crossings you can take, if you want to. Staff were very chatty, comprehensive and helpful too. Just wish we could have stayed in the trees all day!

    Amabel Richardson