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One of the best days out in Yorkshire: They don't call this the Great Yorkshire Forest for nothing. With hilltop-to-hilltop zip wires and a plunging valley below, it's easy to see why our adventure at Dalby Forest is so popular. It's simply...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 14:00
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Visitors Centre Thornton-Le-Dale | Low Dalby, Thornton-Le-Dale, North York Moors National Park YO18 7LT, England
All reviews great fun safety briefing zip wire tree top adventure my daughter segway experience scared of heights safety talk tarzan swing whole experience cargo net off road birthday treat own pace time slot only downside staff were friendly
I booked this for my partners birthday so we could do something a little different through the day. It took us an hour and 20 mins to get there from Wakefield which was a nice steady drive.
We both absolutely loved it! There was me...More
Having never experienced Go Ape before we thought we'd take a day in Dalby Forest to go just that.
At £9 to enter and park, we thought it was a bit steep. We were then unable to participate due to unavailability- not a problem, but...More
A great experience and would highly recommend it to anyone.
The safety briefing was comprehensive and well presented, the course had a choice of difficult and easier stages.
All the staff were friendly and we thought the setting was fantastic.
When arriving you get a detailed instruction for your own safety. Glad they did, because you have your own life in your hands! Thrilling experience with lots of different courses; the classic zip wire was amazing! Jumping in the cargo net from a height was...More
I'm scared of heights but wanted to prove I could do it. The instructor was very patient with me and gave me little tips to conquer my fears.... Eventually I got round the whole course using the hardest options! So proud of myself... And thank...More
I bought a Go Ape gift voucher for my husbands birthday. When we arrived I was very apprehensive, but the staff were excellent & I didn't feel pressured in any way. Katie, our allocated member of staff, gave us a thorough 40 minute safety briefing,...More
My friend & I visited Go Ape for the Tree Top Adventure while on vacation, which was incredible fun! Lisa who gave us the safety briefing at the beginning explained clearly in a fun way to get us excited. The main thing that we appreciated...More
Date of experience: September 2018
nickmallett2017, Manager at Go Ape Dalby, responded to this reviewResponded 29 September 2018
Thankyou for your kind words. We do pride ourselves in making sure our customers feel looked after and appreciated.
We hope your holiday was a lot less stressful.
Hope to see you in the trees again soon
All the best
Team Dalby Go Ape
My husband, son (15) and son's friend (14) did the tree top adventure at Go Ape Dalby. The staff were really friendly and very helpful. My son wanted to do the activity but was a little nervous of heights before however after the doing the...More
Response from GoApeTribe | Property representative |
Thanks for the question and for thinking of us. We need to update this on our website as we have a selection of harnesses available at site now. Our harnesses can fit a 34" thigh. Hope this helps and we see you for an... More
Thanks for the question and for thinking of us. We need to update this on our website as we have a selection of harnesses available at site now. Our harnesses can fit a 34" thigh. Hope this helps and we see you for an adventure soon!
Hi, he/she may find it a little difficult to get around the course as you have to push you attachment along. I'm sure if your right behind it will be fine, some of the bigger kids get a bit frustrated if you take awhile you... More
Hi, he/she may find it a little difficult to get around the course as you have to push you attachment along. I'm sure if your right behind it will be fine, some of the bigger kids get a bit frustrated if you take awhile you hold them up but when we went it was later in the day and very quite.