Go Ape Rivington
Bring Out Your Inner Ape! Think you, your friends and family can handle 3 hours of tree top adventure? Are you wild enough to climb 30ft up a rope ladder, Tarzan Swing into a giant rope net then zip wire through trees, crawl through tunnels and tackle high wire rope bridges? If the answer's yes, you're ready to Go Ape. Ideal for friends and families, you'll share approximately 3 hours of fun and adventure going ape up in the trees. Make a day of it and enjoy a full day exploring the forest. With it's rugged hills, picturesque reservoirs and woodland, Rivington is hailed as Chorley's mini Lake District.a great location for a Go Ape course. One of our 5 new courses for 2009. Minimum age: 10 years; minimum height: 1.40m. Under 18 year olds must be supervised by a participating adult. Pre-booking essential. To watch people Go Ape and to book online visit www.goape.co.uk. Try a corporate day with real swing: Looking for an unforgettable experience with your work colleagues? Go Ape is a great way to build team camaraderie and strengthen bonds in a fun and engaging way. You'll enjoy exclusive instruction and reserved time on the course, your own dedicated host, refreshments and a fabulous 'forest feast' picnic. Customise your day with extra components including conference facilities, a mountain bike trek through the forest and a fantastic fine forest barbeque to round off your day. Visit www.goape.co.uk/whats-it-all-about/corporate-days or call 0845 643 9314
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