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Treetop Challenge

With a dizzyingly high zip line of 260m, it’s no wonder that Cannock Chase attracts some of the most intrepid thrill-seekers looking to lose themselves in the experience offered at this challenging site. The high ropes course has the longest combined length of crossings out of all our locations, with nearly 1,500 metres of tree-to-tree travel to give you the ultimate adrenaline rush.  If you’re over 10-years-old, you can pit yourself against friends and family and test your collective nerve with the Slack Line and Rollers obstacles. Easily three hours of both challenge and triumph.

Prices: £33

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

One participating adult (18+) can supervise up to two children aged 10 to 15 years while on the course.

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Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Self Belay

  • Duration

    2-3 hours

  • Difficulty

    Go Moderate

  • Highest Platform


  • Longest Zip


  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    10 years old

  • Minimum Height

    1.4m (4ft 7")

  • Instructor was great, everyone else was very helpful. And we had so much fun, even when I fluffed it on the cargo net. Instructor gave words of encouragement and helped me up. Heard support being given to another person who was having a bit of a wobble, they were very calming, patient and supportive. Definitely coming back to beat that cargo net!

    Emma Duggins

  • Had an amazing time our instructor vicky was great!

    Hannah bailey

  • It is an amazing exerience, even though i am scared of heights I loved it.

    Linda Cullen

  • Always felt safe. The tuition was very good and clear. The course is great and enjoyable. I'd recommend doing it. My son has done Cannock & Sherwood. Apparently Cannock is better (but he did that one with Me).

    Paul Wood

  • Was very good

    Callum Radford

  • Hello! My name is Phillipa and on 17th November I did Go Ape at Cannock Chase. I am petrified of heights. I managed to do conquer my fear and raise an awesome £250 for a charity called Scope. I wouldn't have managed it without the brilliant support of two members of staff in particular. Sarah and Vicky! Can someone thank them from the bottom of my heart for being so awesome! I nearly skipped the 5th part of course as I was freezing, needing the toilet and had so had enough! But Sarah came tumbling round corner and really egged me on! And Vicky encouraged me by saying how great I was and taking a photo for their website/FB page afterwards. It felt awesome. Thank you! Phillipa.

    Phillipa Parker-Jones