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Treetop Challenge

Take it to the very limits or take it nice and steady with Delamere's Treetop Challenge. This high ropes course is perfect if you’re looking to choose your own levels of difficulty or starting slowly and discovering your tree legs. Don’t be fooled, Delamere packs a mean punch if you're up for a high-rise challenge! You'll need quick wits and even quicker feet to successfully tackle the Infernal Traverse and your reward of soaring along the 212-metres of the longest zip wire, is all the sweeter for it. Your very own flight through the sky!

16+ regular price: £33
Under 16 price: £26

Prices: £26

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")

practical information

  • Great day, friendly staff. Well worth the money.

    Lucy Phillips

  • It was so much fun and the safety standards are excellent. The instructors brief you and then you have visual instructions on each obstacle too.

    Rebecca Cripps

  • My sister's birthday I bought the Tree Top experience at the Go Ape in Delemere for my sisters' 16th birthday. It was an absolute joy. The staff are friendly and enthusiastic, my sister and I were asked to go first as there was a big group starting at the same time which was very considerate. The staff were attentive and we had a great time exploring in such a beautiful forest! My sister was made up! A gorgeous location.

    Grace Goulding

  • Great day out in beautiful setting Staff friendly and very thorough


  • Very helpful staff, informative, felt safe and confident in all the kit and how to use it. Staff throughout the course to help. Good value for money. Would go again!

    Abigail Smith

  • Really good fun and a challenge. Not enough instructors about though. Need to warn people with short arms they may need help reaching the last zip wire.

    Dianne Powell