High-speed zips, free-fall Tarzan swings, and daring crossings. High up in the canopy, Go Ape's tree top obstacles are the ultimate test of balance and nerve. Get your Tribe’s blood pumping with 2-3 hours of action-packed adventure.
Nestled high in the hilltops of the magnificent Glentress Forest, Go Ape Peebles offers a jaw-dropping backdrop for your big adventure. Soar over the magnificent Tweed Valley on Go Ape's highest ever zip wire, and soak up amazing views of the reservoirs below. It’s a whole new way to take in the Scottish countryside!
Join us if you're...
Age 10 or older
Over 1.4m / 4ft 7in tall
Under 20.5 stone/ 130kg
From the west or north, find Peebles using the A72 or the A703 from Edinburgh.
If arriving from the south leave the M74 at Junction 15 (Moffat) and take the A701 towards Edinburgh. At Broughton take the B712 on the right which joins the A72 (turn right) and head into Peebles. Then from Peebles follow the A72 towards Galashiels for 1.5 miles and the entrance for Glentress is signposted to the left hand side.
Coming from the east take the A72 towards Peebles and just after the village of Cardrona (and MacDonald Hotel) the entrance for Glentress is signposted to the right.
Parking at Glentress Forest is £3 a day.
The 62 and 62a buses from Edinburgh to Galashiels both stop right outside the Glentress entrance.
Please check out First Group (http://www.firstgroup.com/scotlandeast) for more information on how to get to Peebles.
The course is approx 500m up the gentle hill from the bus stop.
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