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Wyre

Go Ape in one of Britain's largest remaining ancient forests, and take in the sights and smells of the nature that surrounds the course. With its enormous Douglas fir trees, they don’t call Wyre the Valley of Giants for nothing! You’ll be up in the dense canopies on this high ropes course. With both a Treetop Challenge and a Treetop Adventure, Wyre is ideal for both thrill seekers after their next rush, and families just looking for a great day out. Both courses are high with some great obstacles and fast zips.
 
Early bird Special Offer Treetop Challenge £25 Treetop Adventure £15

subject to availability

You've heard that the early bird catches the worm, but did you know that they also have the best adventure? There's nowhere like the forest first thing in the morning, so don't miss out on this exclusive opportunity to enjoy it from the treetops at Go Ape Wyre.

  • limited time only

  • Up to 25% off

  • For all sessions before 10am

  • Discount applied automatically at checkout

go ape adventures at wyre

high ropes in wyre

Leave your busy life behind and escape to the trees in one of Britain's largest remaining ancient forests. The outlook changes seasonally – during the summer you’ll be getting plenty of sun in the treetops, with winter visits giving a greater sense of height and the location.

Whether you’re looking for family fun, history, culture or just adventure - Wyre Forest has plenty to keep you all busy.

Take the kids over to the children’s play area and get them exploring the forest on the Zog activity trail.

If they’ve more energy to burn, take them Gruffalo 

Orienteering to see if they can find the markers hidden deep in the wood.

Get out and about in the forest. There are three waymarked walking trails and you can bring or hire bikes. Cyclists love this area for the challenging hills and the meandering roads. Head over to the River Severn for some canoeing and kayaking, and while sticking with the water theme you can also try your hand at both coarse and fly fishing.

Feeling peckish? Visit the forest café for a drink and refreshments. 

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  • Disabled Access

  • Dogs welcome

  • Parking

  • Food and drink

    Food and drink

  • Kids play area

  • Walking routes

Go Ape Wyre Forest, Callow Hill, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY14 9XQ

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  • Wear sensible clothes for adventure.
  • Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels.
  • Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.

Make A Day of It

  • Hire or bring bikes and explore the forest on two wheels.
  • Hop on the Severn Valley Steam Train.
  • Hit one of the walking trails and look out for the forest’s diverse wildlife.
  • Work up a thirst and an appetite and check out the forest café.
  • Great afternoon out and great training to make you feel at ease up in the trees alone. Thanks Dean for the training gave real confidence to be able.to enjoy the whole experience WILL definately return and try other go ape activities

    hollie

  • Amazing fun - my 10 year old daughter told me to “face my fears!!”

    Naomi Steward

  • Great mornings activities- staff were very helpful and would recommend highly

    Edward Priestnall

  • Great experience for me and my 7 year old daughter, best birthday present she said. Staff at Wyre Forest were efficient and friendly. Definitely recommend.

    Tammy Foo

  • The boys said it was good, it took them 2 hours but it was not busy at the time, so I guess that makes a difference, they said they would go again.

    Richard Phoenix

  • Took my 6 year old, we both loved it. Staff were great.

    Mjb