Go Ape! Thetford Forest (Norfolk) Reviews
Newest Review: ... ahead. The teenagers all rompled ahead on thier own. You do not need to be very fit. There are a few options where you can opt for an easier bit anyway. The tarzan rope is thrilling, I cannot believe I did it all. Suffering slightly today with aches to upper arms but it was worth it !! Daughter was aged 8 but taller than most 10 yr olds, not allowed under 10. Was not happy so stayed with our nominated photographer (dad), but I would not have enjoyed it as much if I had to look after her up in the trees too. Once in a lifetime for me but great for teens, excellent value for money. Cafe at the end was brilliant. All home cooking, def... more
Customer Go Ape! Thetford Forest (Norfolk) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/09/03, updated on 09/09/03 (Useful, 1166 readings)
12 of us booked in advance for this, not sure what I was letting myself in for. Now realise that if I had seen it all, I would never have done it !! You just follow the course at your own pace, you have no idea what is ahead. The teenagers all rompled ahead on thier own. You do not need to be very fit. There are a few options where you can opt for an easier bit anyway. The tarzan rope is thrilling, I cannot believe I did it all. Suffering slightly today with aches to upper arms but it was worth it !! Daughter was aged 8 but taller than most 10 yr olds, not allowed under 10. Was not happy so stayed with our nominated photographer (dad), but I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/03, updated on 03/09/03 (Very useful, 1565 readings)
As the Summer Holidays are now well underway, we are always looking for new things to do with the children. A friend advised me of an exciting day out in the heart of Thetford Forest, which will appeal to older children and adults alike, so we decided to give Go Ape! a try. If you have fancied swinging through the trees like Tarzan, then you will enjoy Go Ape! Originally a French idea, Go Ape! now has four sites in England, and the Thetford one opened to the public in 2002. The activity is spread out on six sites throughout the forest, over approximately a mile, and consists of aerial slides, death ropes, rope bridges and rope ladders, of differing and varying degrees .. Read the complete review
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