School holidays are in full swing. So if you’ve got little ones, we’re sure you’re looking for things to do with the kids this summer break. But even if you haven’t, there’s no more exciting adventure than this new high ropes experience in Bristol to leave you swinging through the treetops.
Located in the heart of Ashton Court, Adventure Bristol’s Tree Tops is perfect for thrill-seekers of all ages and abilities. The brand-new high ropes course offers a range of obstacles and challenges to overcome, from swinging bridges to zip lines, net traverses and walkways. It’s a test of strength, balance, coordination and nerves as you navigate your way through the treetops.
You may have seen Adventure Bristol’s Leap of Faith course at The Wild Place (now called the Bristol Zoo Project) in the past. But the attraction at Ashton Court blows it out of the woods. There are more than 20 individual challenges to try up in the trees, with the ropes course hidden in the woodland above the Mansion House. Just don’t monkey around when you’re up there!
It’s not all about fulfilling adrenaline junkies. Adventure Bristol’s Tree Tops is also designed to help build confidence, develop teamwork and communication skills, as well as push yourself to new heights. So can be a great day out for anything from things to do with the kids to team-building activities, or if you just want to challenge yourself for the heck of it.
Tree Tops is designed for ages seven and up, so anyone can get involved and gain a new perspective on the area. Don’t feel nervous about heading up into the trees either. Highly trained instructors are on hand to guide you every step of the way, with Adventure Bristol making your safety and enjoyment its top priorities.
Sessions last one and a half hours, costing £20 per person – with cheaper deals for larger groups. To learn more about Adeventure Bristol’s Tree Tops head here.