GO APE dares Scots to live life adventurously at Crathes

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Forest adventure company Go Ape is daring the nation to have an adventure with friends or family this autumn and swing by Go Ape Tree Top Adventure at Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire.

Scots are being encouraged to leap out of their comfort zones with a trip to Go Ape, which offers an unrivalled experience of flying down zip wires, soaring off Tarzan swings and navigating obstacles, crossings and rope bridges, high above the forest floor.

For anyone looking to prove their courageous side, there are three unique Go Ape courses located across Scotland, each featuring a Tree Top Adventure, set amidst some of the country’s most breath-taking scenery.

Go Ape Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire is located in the landmark grounds of the castle and features the bold skateboard zip wire. With turrets and towers, winding staircases and ancient sculpted yew trees; historic Crathes Castle’s 595 acre estate offers a fantastic day out.

Go Ape prices range from £31 for a gorilla (aged 16 and over) to £25 for a baboon (aged 10 to 15). For further information and to book a Go Ape adventure please visit www.goape.co.uk

Minimum Age – 10yrs, Minimum Height – 1.4m (4ft7in), Maximum weight – 20.5 stones (130kg), Under 16s must be supervised by a participating adult. An adult can supervise two under 16s. 16 and 17 year olds can be unsupervised, but cannot supervise under 16s.