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Forest Segway

Winter Opening closed for Forest Segway from 2nd December - Spring 2020. Why not try Treetop Adventure or Treetop Challenge at Go Ape Grizedale. 

Climb aboard one of our all-terrain Segways, for some unrivalled Cumbrian views. Our exclusive trails will take you to incredible vantage points where you can soak up the sights from Skiddaw to Helvellyn. Probably our most scenic Segway Safari and still fun if enveloped in cloud!

Prices from: £35

Adventure Overview

  • All-Terrain

    X2 SE Segways

  • Average Speed

    10.5 mph

  • Maximum Weight

    19.5 stone (125kg)

  • Minimum Age

    All Ages

  • Minimum Weight

    7 stone (45kg)

  • Time on Board

    1 hour

practical information

  • Absolutely fantastic

    Lee Spare

  • Fabulous experience on segways! There were six of us and we thoroughly enjoyed our first time on segways. Meg was our guide and was very professional, friendly and fun. First visit to Go Ape in Whinlatter Forrest. Lots going on, go ape, cycling, segways and walking. Staff were very friendly and welcoming. Lovely little cafe, food was nice, staff were very pleasant and efficient. We will definitely return.

    paula welch

  • Fin was awesome had a great time. Very ssftey conscious...

    David Kirton

  • Great day - helped by excellent weather, fantastic views and that my son and I had what was effectively a private lesson with a cheerfull and enthusiastic "teacher" If it had been typical Lake District (Whinlatter) weather with a crowd of new Segwayists, it may have been a star or two less! I hope to repeat. Chris

    Christopher Bird

  • Excellent experience on the Segway and our instructor was brilliant as were all the staff - very polite and friendly. Great fun for my sons birthday and will definitely do it again.

    Michael Patterson

  • Excellent Segway experience at Whinlatter - the machines are great, much easier to ride than you'd expect! The guide was very attentive, even the most nervous rider will be able to do it. So a safe, calm, enjoyable experience (with amazing views) - not wild at all.

    Carol Rennie