Rope lad­ders, bridges and Bri­tain’s long­est zip-lines

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Bri­tain’s first tree-top ad­ven­ture ropes course was opened in 2002 by Go Ape in Thet­ford For­est, Suf­folk. The com­pany now has over 30 breath­tak­ing wood­land sites through­out Eng­land, Scot­land and Wales. Each course is uni;ue, and is made up of rope lad­ders, bridges, and chal­leng­ing tree­top ob­sta­cles in­clud­ing Tarzan swings and zip wires. Lo­cated within Queen El­iz­a­beth For­est Park in Perthshire, Scot­land, the Aber­foyle course boasts two of Bri­tain’s long­est zip-lines. Then just one hour from Ed­in­burgh, near Pee­bles, is Glen­tress For­est Go Ape, with mag­nif­i­cent views of the beau­ti­ful Tweed Val­ley. Aber­foyle is lo­cated one hour north of Glas­gow by car, while Glen­tress For­est is one hour from Ed­in­burgh. 4

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