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Treetop Adventure

Winter Opening closed from 2nd December - 10th January 2020. Open weekends in January. 

Look up here! High up in the treetops over Haldon, there’s a canopy of foliage and a network of crossings just waiting for you to pay a visit. With a breath-taking zip line that soars between the hill tops and a variety of tree-high crossings, this offers a whole new way for you and your family to experience the beauty of Devon. Suitable for all age of dare devils over 1m tall, there’s a chance to free-fall on the Tarzan Swing or see who can be quickest to scale the mighty rope course before buckling on for the brilliant zip wire finale.

Prices from: £18

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    1 hour

  • Highest Platform

    9.9m

  • Longest Zip

    73m

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    All ages

  • Minimum Height

    1m (3ft 3")

practical information

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  • Did the junior Go Ape with two 4 year old boys. They absolutely loved it! The staff were amazing, encouraging and always positive which helped them get around the course. My son is already asking when we can go again! Thank you

    Fergus

  • Fantastic experience, kids and adults alike loved the experience. Helpful friendly staff. Would definitely recommend.

    Mrs L Phillipson

  • Awesome day. Instructors were friendly and fun. Thank you. Enjoyed by 9-11 year olds.

    Hannah Bennett

  • Kiddies loved it. And I had a great time with the friendly staff 👍

    Dan Griffiths

  • Very helpful staff and my daughter and her friends had a great time.

    Geoff

  • Excellent experience from the outset. Staff when you sign in were so genuinely friendly and really eager to help ( brunettes welsh lady 5*). Varied courses which ranged in difficulty- we did the junior course. Spent an hour there but could have easily spent longer. We had two 8 year olds and two 11 year old- perfect size for it. Only critique is it is not clear or sign posted from the car park how to get to Go Ape. Having never been there before and the car park and area being really big I think it could do with having some signs to tell you where to go.

    Melissa Barnard