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Aberdeen and Glentress Forest, Peebles in Scotland: Open
Locations in England: Temporarily Closed 5th Nov - 2nd Dec

Bookings open for December and 2021

Treetop Adventure

Being one of the newest additions to the trail family, our Cannock site offers everything your eager young explorers need for an exciting outdoor expedition. Choose a trusted companion as you buddy up to navigate the tricky crossings together or show off your best tree-climbing skills as you soar through the sky with your hands free to proudly wave from the speedy zip wire. Let nothing hold you back as you tackle our mighty high ropes obstacle course.

Prices: £19

go ape tree top adventure restrictions
go ape tree top adventure restrictions

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

go ape tree top adventure supervision ratios

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

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Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    1 hour

  • Highest Platform


  • Longest Zip


  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    All ages

  • Minimum Height

    1m (3ft 3")

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  • Great fun. 2 adults and three kids on tree top junior. We had a gift voucher which meant we only had to put the balance of £20....otherwise £90 for roughly an hour is a bit steep!. Staff are brilliant, very helpful , professional but still fun.Go Ape Cannock is a lovely setting..


  • great day out


  • Conquered my fear of heights whilst having an amazing time with my daughter. Think I'm brave enough to try the higher platforms next.


  • Great day out; children loved it. Staff really friendly too 🐒🐒

    Andrew Jackson

  • Fantastic 3 generations of the family and everyone had the most enjoyable time. Will definitely be coming back again


  • We had a great afternoon. Thanks so much. 2 families fully entertained....

    Dan Newton