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Treetop Challenge

Dial it up to the max with this ultimate outdoor experience. Can you keep your cool all the way to the end of our high ropes course? Test your balance as you navigate through the trees, then test your bravery (and stomach power) on the impressive Tarzan Swing. If you’re the kind of person looking to pursue a life less ordinary, then this unique way of experiencing the Moors Valley Forest is for you.

16+ regular price: £33
Under 16 regular price: £25

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Prices from: £20

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Difficulty

    Go Easy

  • Highest Platform

    11m

  • Longest Zip

    166m

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    All Ages

  • Minimum Height

    1.4m (4ft 7")

practical information

  • Excellent experience, but rather pricey. Ed the instructor was superb, he filled the kids with confidence, thoroughly explained the procedures and is a credit to your organisation.

    Eddie Bathgate

  • Voucher as a birthday gift and a really enjoyable couple of hours. Nice friendly staff with clear induction.

    Marian C

  • Very well organised. Annie, was excellent - very supportive of my son who had some early jitters.

    Noel Porteous

  • It was amazing, couldn't recommend it more. the instructions were clear for the harness. By having simple and harder roots in places we could choose witch we could achieve waist still being outside our comfit zone (witch I love being). I would recommend doing it early in the day so that you are full of energy and can go to the café after (for some lorded fry's) as it was closed when we did the 2:30 session and took 2hrs to get round it.

    Sky

  • Fantastic experience. Excellent guidance from the instructors. Highly recommended.

    R Beale

  • A fun day out for the family. Kids and adults both enjoyed it equally

    Neil M