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Treetop Challenge

Sea views, a 19th century Tudor Gothic Mansion and beautiful parkland are the perfect backdrops to the UK’s biggest Tarzan Swing - a six-metre leap of faith which will test your nerve and the strength of your stomach. Escape the world and challenge yourself as you navigate the tree-to-tree crossings, tackling the Bosuns Chair, Log Balance and core strengthening Stirrups that make up this spectacular high ropes course. With adjustable difficulty, this is for the adventurers looking to complete their very own personalised course and smash some goals along the way.

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

Prices: £26

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Self Belay

  • Duration

    2-3 hours

  • Difficulty

    Go Moderate / Hard

  • Highest Platform

    14m

  • Longest Zip

    180m

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    10 years old

  • Minimum Height

    1.4m (4ft 7")

practical information

  • Very accommodating and helpful and we felt safe! Thank you for everything.

    Ruth Edwards

  • Excellent afternoon, my son loved it and he got over some fears too.

    Duncan Abrey

  • WE HAD A FABULOUS DAY OUT AND MY ELDEST DAUGHTER WHO IS DISABLED WAS ALSO ABLE TO TAKE PART. ALL IT TOOK WAS A PHONE CALL TO ASK IF WE COULD HAVE AN INSTRUCTOR TO ACCOMPANY HER. EVERYONE MADE SURE THAT SHE WAS HAPPY AND IT DIDN'T MATTER THAT SHE WAS A LITTLE SLOW AT SOME POINTS SHE WAS NOT AT ALL RUSHED, AND IT WAS PART OF A BIRTHDAY PRESENT FOR HER. ALL STAFF WE MET WERE EXTREMELY HELPFUL AND WE WILL BE RETURNING AGAIN

    Tracy Smith

  • We had an excellent time. Staff were very nice and course was exciting with beautiful views of the park

    Rebekah

  • Absolutely brilliant activity. At first I thought it was expensive but the children were in the activity for three hours and thoroughly enjoyed. Staff were all fantastic. Can’t wait to go again.

    Joanne Iturbe

  • This was a brilliant experience and well worth the money

    Mrs Roberts