Go Ape - York
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Directions to Go Ape
Located in the picturesque Dalby Forest, part of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this is a stunning setting for a fabulous day in the country.
In 2008, through my job, I was lucky enough to take a group of Students from Hong Kong to Go Ape for the day. Everyone enjoyed the course and even the ones who were nervous at first said they would do it again. I have no fear of heights so I really enjoyed zipping through the trees and looking at all the fabulous scenery around me. The course is physically challenging but fun. It was great as a team bonding experience and I would love to do it again.
Click on Photos to see my day at Go Ape.
Allow at least 4 hours to complete the safety training and the course.
Parking charges do apply in addition to the cost of Go Ape.
There are restrictions on who can Go Ape;
You Must be at least 10 years old.
Over 1.4M / 4ft 7 inches tall
under 130kg / 20.5 stones
under 18s need adult supervision.
See their website for comprehensive information and book on line.
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