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It’s a jungle out there… and it’s calling all daredevils to come and enjoy its exhilarating challenge. Our qualified instructors will securely fasten you into a glider safety harness, then it’s over to you to swing through the trees and bravely conquer our aerial rope course. Finish with a thrilling descent on our zip wire. When assigning participants please ensure all are a minimum height of 1.22m to take part.
Aerial Adventure is one circuit ending with a zip-wire descent, we recommend you allow 1 hour
Save money by booking Aerial Adventure and Aerial Tree Trekking as a package
Maximum weight 18 stone/114kg
Please remove all jewellery, including all piercings
Please take the time to read the health and safety/medical form for this activity. You can download and print your form to take to your activity if you wish.
All participants under 18 must bring a signed medical form
Please ensure all participants are a minimum height of 1.22m to take part
Children up to 8 years must be accompanied by a paying adult
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Bring your head for heights
Don't be scared our instructors are there to help
Get ready to fly through the forest
What happens when I arrive?
Head to the meeting point where your qualified instructor will greet you and ask you to sign a medical form. Once this is complete they will start to get you ready for the session by putting on your harness and helmet. After your safety brief, you'll begin your Aerial Adventure.
Does the session still run in bad weather?
Aerial Adventure will continue to run in all-weather conditions unless it turns into thunder and lightning, where the activity will stop for 30 minutes and continue after 30 minutes after the last clap of thunder.
What clothing should I wear?
Wear clothes that you don't mind getting mucky. Long hair must be tied back in a low ponytail so the helmet can sit comfortably. Trainers are recommended because if you wear open-toe or open-heeled shoes you won't be able to climb. All jewellery should be removed including any body piercings.
High Ropes Challenge
Guided by qualified instructors, you can test your ability on our climbing wall and other elements. Book the High Ropes Challenge.