A new children’s treetop adventure is coming to Go Ape in the Forest of Dean

Young thrill seekers are in for a treat when Go Ape at Beechenhurst in the Forest of Dean reopens after lockdown – with a brand-new Treetop Adventure+ high ropes experience to test their courage.

Gloucestershire’s bravest kids can unleash their inner daredevil at Go Ape at Beechenhurst in the Forest of Dean, when its Treetop Adventure+ high ropes experience launches in late April 2021.

Designed for slightly older thrill-seekers, the new Treetop Adventure+ is an extension of Go Ape’s popular children’s experience, Treetop Adventure, and challenges little monkeys to reach new heights.

Treetop Adventure+ participants can climb higher into the treetops to take on tougher crossings, wobbly bridges and even a longer unsupervised zipwire ride back to the forest floor.

The experience is suitable for adventurous children over six years old and at least 1.2 metres tall and costs £24 per person.

It will be open for bookings from early March 2021.

For more information, visit goape.co.uk/forest-of-dean.

By Annabel Lammas

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Friday 19 February 2021

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