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Go Ape in the Forest of Dean

Go Ape locations will be opening on 4 July and online booking is available.

They have seven new measures that they have put in place to keep everyone safe and healthy and have produced a short video to tell you all about them.


Go Ape is the UK's No.1 Forest Adventure (located at Mallards Pike)

The classic and original Go Ape experience. Go Ape will brief you for safety before you fly down the zip-wires, leap off our Tarzan Swing and tackle the crossings whilst enjoying some of Britain’s most breathtaking scenery.

They think everyone has the Go Ape spirit just waiting to be unleashed! There’s no greater rush than the great outdoors, so whether your tribe is a stag do, birthday party, corporate event or simply a day out with the kids, Go Ape make their courses as fun and as accessible as possible.

It's for anyone who likes to live life adventurously - you don’t have to be a seasoned explorer to enjoy a Go Ape experience!


Go Ape Tree Top Junior (located at Beechenhurst)

Jam-packed hour of wobbly bridges, intricate crossings and an awesome zip wire finale.
 
It's designed with the whole family in mind. The perfect high ropes course for kids as well as mum, dad and the grandparents. If you're looking for family fuelled fun, challenge each other to see who can cross the tree tops in style – we’re talking backwards, no hands, the works! Are you ready? Let's do it.

Go Ape Junior is the Ideal place for birthday parties!


Forest Segways (located at Mallards Pike)

Go off exploring the forest on the latest in green technology – a self-balancing electric segway.  From two legs to two wheels – for the ultimate forest segway adventure on a rugged all-terrain Segway in the beautiful Forest of Dean. It’s a totally unique way to tackle the trails in the Forest.


Explore Gloucestershire
28 June 2020


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