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Kilotango2503 wrote a review Jul 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom102 contributions34 helpful votes
We came here with the intention of spending a few hours here, and stayed for 5!!! We would have stayed even longer but had other things planned! We have 2 adventurous kids aged 6+8. We were given a very friendly welcome, harnessed up and taken to a testing area where we were shown how the clip system works. Then we were on our own!!! There are lots of different courses to go on to suit different abilities. We all did a couple of the purple routes (there are 3) then I went with Mr 6yo to tackle the green routes (X3) while hubby and Mr 8yo went on to the blues. The purples took us around 10-15 mins each and the greens took us maybe 20 mins. I'm scared of heights but felt very safe, even on the greens which were higher. The clips won't let you unclip both until you get to the end so you always have one line secured and there are staff there to help if needed. We also tried the long zip wire which was brilliant! A great day!!!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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LAVANARWAL wrote a review Aug 2017
London, United Kingdom27 contributions8 helpful votes
Loads of fun and suitable for all ages, with varying degrees of difficulty. However I do not recommend the black course as it is too hard-I couldn't even complete it. And even my Dad did'nt like it. But the blue is great fun and even the purple was nice for a quick go. The red would probably be just right, but I was too tired to do it after the black. Amazing fun- I love it!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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spacedogys wrote a review Aug 2017
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ɨt ɨs aռ aʍaʐɨռɢ քʟaċɛ ʄօʀ ɛʋɛʀʏօռɛ ɛʋɛռ ɨʄ ʏօʊ aʀɛ sċaʀɛɖ օʄ ɦɛɨɢɦts! sɨռċɛ tɦɛʏ ɦaʋɛ ɖɨʄʄɛʀɛռt ċօʊʀsɛs ɛʋɛռ a tօɖɖʟɛʀ աɨʟʟ ɦaʋɛ ʄʊռ tɦɛʀɛ.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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hwtraveller wrote a review Aug 2017
London23 contributions29 helpful votes
We visited with our children aged 3 and 6 and would not recommend for children this young. There is a simple tree course for very young children (2-5) which was fine. However we were really disappointed by the option for 5-11 year olds which was actually totally unsuitable for this age group. Despite selling tickets specially for this age group it felt way too hard - the harness/karabiner system is much more complicated than ones we have used elsewhere and kept jamming. The easiest courses are the purple ones - however of the 3 purple courses my son was only able to complete one as he was simply too small to attach the zip wire clip for 2 of the runs (despite being a tall 6 year old - 122cm). The purple courses were really quite intimidating and offputting for young children (e.g. the first zip wire was a very high zip wire across a river), but also difficult for adults to support them (you had to go up together) as they involved wriggling through really small and tight spaces, all at a considerable height. A boy who looked about 8 was behind us and he slipped and cried hysterically as he was stuck in a bridge. I really think they should introduce easier courses to build confidence or restrict tickets to older children. In summary, for us it was an expensive and stressful experience - so not recommended, although people with older kids would probably enjoy.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Graham A wrote a review Sep 2016
Watton at Stone, United Kingdom87 contributions22 helpful votes
variants of levels to keep you challenged from easy (starter/young) mid and hard / high levels. rope bridges swings slides jumps hoops and other challenging climbing activities while always safely supported with well maintained equipment and staff to help out.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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