High Ropes & Tree Tops Courses in Wiltshire
The Tarzan Trail
NOTE - We are rebuilding a new Tarzan Trail - higher and longer than the last one. This new Trail is due to be completed end April 2018. In the meantime we will be offering the High Ropes challenges instead of Tarzan for Open Sessions and Parties
We have built the ERCA registered 'TARZAN TRAIL' at Brokerswood Country Park (BA13 4EH). Similar to a Go-Ape type course - this has plenty of mental and physical challenge - but unlike many courses we use the SMARTSNAP system making it almost impossible for participants to become unclipped whilst on the course!
Who can go on the course?
- Anyone over 1.2m high
-Those under 9 will need to be accompanied by an adult
- Max. weight - 18 stone
What if you 'bottle out'? Do not worry - we will swop your session for a CANOE or ARCHERY session
The TARZAN TRAIL costs £16.50 per head . Contact us for more details.
When is the course open?
The TARZAN TRAIL is open as follows:
School Holidays - March - October - Daily sessions at 2pm and 4pm
Saturdays and Sundays - March - end Ocotber - Daily sessions at 2pm and 4pm
November - February: Open on request - minimum group size - 6
How to book?
If camping at Brokerswood or coming as a day visitor click here
If you have your own private group / school group click here
The High Rope Challenges
We have two seperate high rope challenges that focus on team work, initiative and challenge
Jacobs Ladder: Teams of up to 4 work together to climb a series of poles that become increasingly further apart. To achieve maximum points teams must hold, push and climb upon each other!
Crate Stack: A favourite of high ropes courses; teams of two work together to build a tower of crates - with them standing upon the top. How high can you try!
These High Ropes challenges are amazing tools for group work development, team work and pushing personal boundaries. Ideal for school, youth and adult groups as well as parties and corporate bookings. To book contact us directly on email@example.com
The High Ropes can be used as part of our Student Development Programme