22 March, 2021
The tallest high ropes course in Europe
At 65ft tall, this is the tallest high ropes course in Europe, and rewards those brave enough to reach the top stunning views of the surrounding area.
With its free roam structure, you can create your own adventure on the course, and select which of the 36 obstacles you take on, from the simple rope bridges to the challenging rolling log on the course’s top level.
As the only outdoor activity, the High Ropes is made all the more challenging by the British weather, which of course is never predictable! In true Bear Grylls fashion, rain won’t stop this adventure, and extra layers are recommended when taking on this activity.
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