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  • VisitScotlandAngelaVisitScotlandAngela Member, Administrator, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    edited August 2016
    WOW!! Well done for plucking up the courage!   :)  I went to Go Ape for the first time around nine years ago and was absolutely terrified, so kept my eyes closed as I zipped over the waterfall in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.  Disappointed that I was such a wimp and missed the waterfall (although I did hear it beneath me), I returned a few years later and this time managed to keep my eyes open and I'm so glad I did!!  I was still terrified but it was soooo much fun!! :)  

    Here at the bottom of Loch Lomond we have Treezone aerial adventure course which offers two different obstacle courses, so if you would like to keep your feet a little closer to the ground the lower level course is perfect but just as much fun!!  There's also a Treezone in Aviemore!
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  • SoniaVRSoniaVR Member ✭✭
    We organised my friend's hen do there and it was really good fun! It was raining all morning, which didn't put us off but made it even more adventurous. We had a ball jumping around, climbing and zipping. I was in pain the following day but I will definitely go back!
  • VisitScotlandAmyRVisitScotlandAmyR Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Well done @samantha_grant! Great snaps!

    I recently tried the Foxfall water course at Foxlake by Dunbar in East Lothian - it was a complete hoot! First time round the course was completely nerve-wracking, but once I'd done it I couldn't wait to get round the course again. It's a fantastic experience, similar to a treetop course, but with no harness - instead, you get a life jacket and helmet, and should you fall, you plunge into the water below! I can't wait to do it again.

    For my next adventure, I'm finding inspiration in the Adrenline Junkies Guide to Scotland - canyoning looks like it could offer a few thrills!  :p
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