Go Ape swings into action at Coombe Abbey

Work is forging ahead on a new tree-top obstacle course at Coombe Abbey which is on track to open to the public next month.

Work is forging ahead on a new tree-top obstacle course at Coombe Abbey which is on track to open to the public next month.

Go Ape will officially open at the venue on April 6, giving thrill-seekers the chance to tackle the high ropes adventures and test their bravery.

The attraction, which will be based in the park, will feature The Plummet, a 12-metre free-fall vertical drop, a dual Tarzan Swing and a 200m double zip course finale.

Contractors have been busily installing platforms, rope walks and safety equipment to make sure everything is ready for the official opening.

Pictured: (front, left to right) Councillor Jim O’Boyle, Cabinet Member for Jobs and Regeneration, Councillor Abdul Khan, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member responsible for Parks, Richard Harrison, Managing Director of Coombe Abbey Park Limited, and (back) Luke Parker, Manager of Go Ape at Coombe Abbey.

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