Where is Go Ape based?
Nestled in the stunning Lake District, Go Ape Whinlatter is based in England’s only true mountain forest and when you’re up in the trees, you’re so high you can see all the way to Scotland!
How many Go Ape locations are there in the UK?
Eight exhilarating Go Ape Locations With eight North England locations spanning Cheshire, Yorkshire, Northumberland and Cumbria our northern Go Ape locations have inspired artists and writers.
Who is Go Ape owned by?
Tristram Mayhew, Founder, Go Ape It now operates in 29 locations around the UK, plus two in the US.
Has anyone fell at Go Ape?
A council has launched an investigation after a young person fell from height at a Go Ape course. The male participant, whose age has not been revealed, was hurt on Saturday at the Bracknell venue in Swinley Forest and was taken to hospital.
Can dogs go to Go Ape?
Dogs on leads are permitted in the Go Ape area but only assistance dogs may visit the castle and grounds.
Do go apes open in the rain?
Go Ape is an excellent wet weather activity. The course remains open in all weathers, except thick ice, thunderstorms and gales. Rain makes the course muddier than usual – which can add to the fun, but you might want dry clothes to change into for the journey home.
What’s there to do at Go Ape Bracknell?
There’s lots of fun to be had at Go Ape Bracknell with four adventures to choose between – Treetop Challenge, Treetop Adventure and Treetop Adventure Plus as well as Forest Segway. We’ve got all views of the forest covered from ground level to tree level.
What’s it like to visit Bracknell with children?
Brilliant time as always. Been to Bracknell three times, two adults four children. We enjoyed our picnic first, children all very happy. Coral Reef opposite a bonus too as all love the water. We booked Go Ape Bracknell Tree Top Junior for my son’s 10th birthday party and they had an amazing time!
Where can you stay near Go Ape National Park?
Not too far away from Go Ape at Moors Valley Country Park, Southampton, Alice Holt and Bracknell, cabins are nestled among tall beech trees in a corner of secluded forest. From woodland den building to marshmallow melting, surround yourself with nature in a cabin in the heart of one of Britain’s beautiful forests.
How do I get to look out Discovery Centre Bracknell?
Follow the brown tourist attraction signs for The Look Out Discovery Centre. We’re opposite Coral Reef. From the South, come off the M3 at junction 3, take the A322 in the direction of Bracknell. Follow the brown tourist attraction signs for The Look Out Discovery Centre. We’re opposite Coral Reef.