Which is the best Go Ape in UK?
Officially crowned ‘Highest Go Ape in the country,’ the course at Whinlatter Forest in Keswick isn’t for the faint-hearted. Nestled in the stunning Lake District, Go Ape Whinlatter is based in England’s only true mountain forest and when you’re up in the trees, you’re so high you can see all the way to Scotland!
Do you have to book to go to Thetford Forest?
Day visitors to High Lodge Visitor Centre, Thetford Forest can pre-pay in advance online for a full day visit up to seven days in advance, tickets are limited and available on a first to book basis.
Is High Lodge free?
The fee you paid at High Lodge is a site entry fee, this pays for your admission to the site and use of the facilities including parking. Site entry is £2.20 per hour and peaks at £11.50 after 5 hours per car, with a full car this works out at only £2.30 per person for a full day of fun!
Are there bears in Thetford Forest?
Thetford Forest had been one of two areas chosen to re-settle animals that had left this island many centuries ago. Bristol was the other. It proved controversial when a bear was spotted near the Norfolk Broads having roamed more than 50 miles from the release site.
How much does High Lodge Thetford Forest cost?
There is a cafe, bike shop and hire, Tree Top Challenge, Adventure and Forest Segway managed by Go Ape as well as additional seasonal attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Site entry is just £2.00 for the first hour per car and peaks at £12.50 after 4 hours.
Where to stay in Go Ape Thetford Forest?
Just a 15 minute drive from Go Ape Thetford and High Lodge, you can hunker down in the heart of the wilderness in Thorpe Forest Holiday’s cabins. Tucked away in a leafy corner, deep in the countryside beside the River Thet, you’ll stay within striking distance of unspoilt wildlife havens and of course, the epic Norfolk coastline.
What can you do with friends of Thetford Forest membership?
By also joining Friends of Thetford Forest you’ll be supporting its work throughout Thetford Forest, not just High Lodge. By becoming a member you’ll have opportunities to attend special events, enhance habitats for wildlife, investigate archaeology, care for the unique Lynford Arboretum, and volunteer at High Lodge.
Is the Ape tree top adventure at high Lodge open?
The nation’s forests and facilities are open, but please follow government coronavirus guidelines when planning your visit – read our coronavirus guidance. Built for the whole family, this is the ultimate tree top experience of wobbly bridges, intricate crossings and an awesome zip wire finale in High Lodge.