Craggy climbers go aerial for treetop adventure in Guildford woods
PUBLISHED: 17:17 02 April 2014 | UPDATED: 17:21 02 April 2014
Already known as one of the top indoor climbing centres in the country, the folk at Craggy Island are heading into the treetops this spring with the opening of their Wild Wood adventure in Guildford.
With the final pieces of the enormous three dimensional puzzle being raised into place, the treetop adventure course is expected to be ready for opening in May.
Visitors to the north end of Stoke Park will be able to test themselves on over 60 obstacles, from the easy to the fiendish, all accessed from a 15 metre central tower.
While some might just be happy to chill out in the treetops, adrenaline junkies will be able to launch themselves free fall, zip wire race, tackle an aerial gladiator challenge, flying traipse, and loads more high flying craziness.
There will also be a junior tree top course specifically designed for six to 12 year olds, which will have two different runs of obstacles slightly closer to the forest floor.
• For more information, visit http://wildwood-adventure.com