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Treetop Adventure Plus

Treetop Adventure Plus is for anyone over 6 and 1.2 meters tall.

This forest adventure is as a more challenging tree top trek with higher platforms and longer zips.

First conquer the 3 Treetop Adventure loops and then go higher and further into the forest on trickier crossings for 2 extra loops and the full Treetop Adventure Plus experience.

Prices: £24

go ape tree top adventure plus restrictions
go ape tree top adventure plus supervision ratios

An Adult (18+) to supervise up to 8 children aged 6-15 years from the ground or on the course.

practical information

Adventure Overview

  • Safety

    Continuous Belay

  • Duration

    1 hour

  • Maximum Weight

    20.5 stone (130kg)

  • Minimum Age

    6+

  • Minimum Height

    1.2m (3ft 9")

  • Myself and my kids had a amazing time so much fun on level 3 and it pushers your limits with drop swing and difficult rope challenges also loved the zip lines would recommend this to any family that likes to push their limits and love the outdoors

    Sarah Duncan

  • Fantastic fun. A wonderful day.

    Jimmy

  • As professional as you would expect this to be (and needs to be), the time my son and I spent on the L3 course was great fun and the staff were superb. They were reassuring and helpful whilst we deliberated over some of the more daunting challenges. I'd recommend the GoApe Temple Newsam to anyone!

    Emma Abel

  • Really good day out for us adults. Instructors really friendly and detailed. Great day out well worth 30 quid for literally 3 hours of action.

    Claire Schofield

  • Excellent day out, very well organised, lovely, friendly and helpful staff.

    molly simpson

  • I took 3 'stroppy' 14 year old's to Temple Newsam. They were on the ropes for almost 3 hour and loved every minute of it. When they returned to ground level they were transformed back into delightful kids again! I would recommend for anyone. The only slight issue was that there was nowhere to sit and watch. I had taken my elderly Father who's mobility is generally good but stumbling around on the forest floor for 3 hours was a bit much for him. Some strategically placed benches would be a good idea and ideally somewhere to get a coffee while we waited.

    Barrie