New activity attraction in the Forest of Dean
Nearly 35 years since they planted the famous Jubilee Maze at Symonds Yat West in the Forest of Dean, twins Edward and Lindsey Hayes have just opened their fourth activity attraction.
Laser Ops, the brand new action attraction at Symonds Yat West opened on Saturday 20 August 2011 and joins the other three visitor attractions on the same site, The Amazing Hedge Puzzle, Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo and Miniature Golf.
Laser Ops is an action-packed outdoor activity, designed so that groups of families and friends can enjoy a unique combat experience within a close quarter battlezone - inspired by the nearby CQB ranges used by the SAS.
All Laser Ops games have a special operations theme based on real events and a typical session will include 8 to 10 games out of over 20 available.
Groups of 10 or more can enjoy a game of Laser Ops but smaller groups can book a session and the Laser Ops organisers will get other teams to play with. Laser Ops marshals match the games and make sure the groups’ abilities are as equal as possible to make the Laser Ops games as competitive and fun as possible, so maximum enjoyment is had by all.
Laser Ops technology is completely safe, unaffected by bright sunlight, with no painful paintballs or hidden costs. Sessions run for two hours unless otherwise arranged.
Try something different - try a game of Laser Ops in the Forest of Dean!
For further information.
24 August 2011
- Contact phone : Call or text 07703 306 762 to book your game of Laser op
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