Go Ape Tree Top Adventure is encouraging Scots to live life adventurously by swinging through the tree-tops this Summer!
The outdoor forest adventure offers an exhilarating experience in the great outdoors, flying down zip wires, leaping off Tarzan swings and navigating obstacles, crossings and rope bridges, high above the forest floor.
For those looking to live life to the full with their Tribe there are three unique Go Ape courses located across Scotland, each featuring a Tree Top Adventure, set amidst some of the country’s most breath-taking scenery.
• Go Ape Aberfoyle in Stirlingshire, located in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, is zip wire heaven and home to two of Britain’s longest zip wires, each stretching over 400m long, flying people 150 feet above the ground and over a 90 foot waterfall. A dual site has just been launched to double both the size and level of adventure with the addition of two giant Tarzan swings, two high speed cross-valley zip lines and a challenging skateboard zip wire.
• Go Ape Peebles is built on the hillside within the striking Glentress Forest and takes advantage of the valley for some jaw-dropping exposure and challenges the laws of gravity with the highest zip wire in the country, located above a magnificent reservoir.
• Go Ape Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire is located in the landmark grounds of the castle and features the bold skateboard zip wire. With turrets and towers, winding staircases and ancient sculpted yew trees; historic Crathes Castle’s 595 acre estate offers a fantastic day out.
Steven McGirr, site manager at Go Ape, said: “Go Ape is the ideal way to live life adventurously and enjoy new experiences in the great outdoors amongst breathtaking scenery. There is something very special about flying through the air, high amongst the trees whilst creating lasting memories with family and friends.”
Go Ape prices range from £33 for a gorilla (aged 16 and over) to £25 for a baboon (aged 10 to 15). For further information and to book a Go Ape adventure, please visit www.goape.co.uk
Last Updated: 21 June 2017 10:38