Go Ape at Mallards Pike in the Forest of Dean

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Go Ape Forest of Dean

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Description

Go Ape is by the scenic Mallards Pike Lake in the Forest of Dean, surrounded by walking and cycling routes through the beautiful forest.
This high ropes course has extended zip wires, with the longest being 180 metres, and is high up at 15-metres.

If you have younger children, to the Go Ape at Beechenhurst, which is a couple of miles away. It has the Treetop Adventure and a Treetop Adventure Plus.

Planning your visit
Activities Available
Cycling
High Ropes
Mountain Biking
Segways
Walking Routes
Facilities
Parking
Toilets
Dogs Welcome
Cafe
Play Park
Picnic Area
GoApe Activities at Go Ape at Mallards Pike in the Forest of Dean
Treetop Challenge
Forest Segway

Here are more details on the activities available at Go Ape at Mallards Pike in the Forest of Dean, including how many children you can supervise.

Treetop Challenge
GoApe Tree Top Challenge
Doing the Tree Top Challenge. Photo © Go Ape

This is the one. This is the biggy.
Treetop Challenge is where to head if you want to test yourself physically and mentally on our most adventurous treetop experience.
A mecca for thrill seekers who love canopy high tree-to-trees crossings, free-fall Tarzan Swings and riding super-fast, very long zips. This is grown-up fun in the great outdoors. Perfect for adults and kids over 10yrs and 1.4M tall.

  • At least 10 years old
  • Adult Supervision Required:
    One participating adult (18+) can supervise up to two children aged 10 to 15 years while on the course.
    16 and 17 year olds do not require a participating adult but cannot supervise others.
  • Weigh less than 20.5 Stone or 130 kg
  • At least 4ft 7" or 1.4 m tall
  • Lasts between 2-3 hours
  • Wear closed toe, flat shoes, and clothes that could get a bit muddy.
  • Gloves are advisable, but not required.
  • Phones and cameras are usually alowed but must be attached. Lanyards are available to buy from the cabin.
  • Bring change for parking.
Read more about the TreeTop Challenge on the Go Ape website
Forest Segway
Forest Segways
Forest Segways. Photo © Go Ape

Head out into the forest on our heavy duty all-terrain Go Ape Segway experiences. Perfect for adults and kids alike to add a whole new dimension to your adventure in the woods.

Once you’ve aced the training and off-road Segway introductions you can explore the beauty of our UK forests from our spectacular off-road trails - there’s twists, turns and straight open paths to put your new found skills to the test.

  • Adult Supervision Required:
    One participating adult (18+) can supervise up to three children.
    16 and 17 year olds do not require a participating adult but cannot supervise others.
  • Weigh between 7 stone or 45 kg and 18.4 Stone or 117 kg
  • Lasts 1 hour
  • Wear closed toe, flat shoes, and clothes that could get a bit muddy.
  • Gloves are advisable, but not required.
  • Phones and cameras are usually alowed but must be attached. Lanyards are available to buy from the cabin.
  • Bring change for parking.
Read more about Forest Segway on the Go Ape website
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Here’s where you can find Go Ape at Mallards Pike in the Forest of Dean.

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Father to 3 kids, who loves getting out and about (hiking, running, camping, cycling, canoeing...) Co-founded Get Out With The Kids to help other parents enjoy the outdoors with their family.

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