Go Ape Zip Line & Treetop Adventure

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what is go ape?

If you’re ready for a totally unique outdoor experience, it's time to Go Ape! Way more than just zip lines, Go Ape is a 2-3 hour exhilarating journey through the forest canopy as you take on suspended obstacles, Tarzan swings and breathtaking zip lines – all with an incredible view.

where can i go ape?

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treetop adventure

ultimate outdoor experience

  • Gorillas (16+):

    from$49

  • Baboons (10-15):

    from$29

treetop junior

perfect adventure for kids (select locations)

  • All Ages:

    $28

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When is Go Ape open?

Opening times vary by course and can be influenced by daylight hours and the season. We recommend that guests check availability in advance using the calendar on our online booking system. Generally, our days of operation throughout the year are: March to May: Weekends, and select weekdays June to August: Open 7 days a week September to December: Weekends and select weekdays We encourage everyone to book in advance to ensure your spot on the course, we book up quickly!

Can I participate if I am afraid of heights?

If you are worried about your knees knocking and your arms trembling, you are not alone. Turns out Go Ape is a fantastic way to overcome your fears! We are extremely proud to have helped many of our guests conquer their fear of heights. Why not give it a try? Don't let a fear of heights get in the way of an awesome new experience.

What happens in bad weather?

Go Ape is an excellent all weather activity. The course remains open in all weather conditions, except when it is icy, or there is thunder and risk of lightning. Go Ape is great in hot weather because our courses are shaded by the forest canopy, so it’s usually several degrees cooler and drier than you’d expect. Plus, there are water stations throughout the course to keep you hydrated, so drink up!

What do i wear?

  • Closed toe and closed heel shoes are required. No sandals, open-toed or slip-on shoes.
  • You may like to wear gloves if it’s cold or your hands are sensitive. Gloves are available for purchase at Go Ape.
  • Long hair should be tied back, waists covered and body piercings and jewelry removed or taped over.

Latest Reviews

H

Treetop Junior, Virginia Williamsburg

25th August 2016

good time with my 6 year old grand daughter.

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Janet

Treetop Adventure, Maryland Rockville

25th August 2016

Our instructor was clear and specific. Actually very amusing

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Tonya

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

25th August 2016

My family of 4 including 2 kids age 10 and 17, really enjoyed ourselves. I Would probably take my older kids back. They were currently away for college. A little challenging towards the end for my girl that is 10. I think she got tired but overall a great experience.

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Yolanda

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

25th August 2016

Great time instructions were great. It was more than we expected, will definitely come back again.

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Melissa

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

25th August 2016

I loved that some of the stations had a choice in difficulty level! I had a blast!

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Gordana

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

25th August 2016

Cool place but scary. I say scary because there is actually no one up there in the trees ( employees) in case you are stuck or freaking out. In Winsconsin Dells there are employees on every "zip line" at the top and bottom to make sure you are safe before you go down or if you are scared. I have to say that all employees were very nice and incouraging from the ground but no where close to me and I was freaking out! Again, very cool place and it's worth the money especially if you go with your friends. Go Ape should have their employees go with their groups up in the trees ( at least for the beginners-first time customers ) so we feel more comfortable and not scared. But that would mean they would have to have their "separate" lines bc only one person at the time can go ( example:what if the last person needs some help and leader is 10 people ahead? ) I did all courses and honestly, I wanted to cry on the last one but there was no turning back! Fun but scary for me!

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Jackie

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

25th August 2016

it was fun from the start! the safety briefing was informative and the trolley system fun to use and feel safe up in the trees. I also liked all the different obstacles and how it never got boring or repetitive really. then ending each section with the ziplining was soooo much fun! I've already recommended it to friends and family and look forward to visiting again :D

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Michelle

Treetop Adventure, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh

25th August 2016

My husband and our daughters went. We had an incredible time but it's a bit pricey. There were several times the landings were full ora particular stage and we had to wait a while.

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Peter

Treetop Adventure, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh

25th August 2016

This was the best treetop/zipping experience we had. My daughter and I have been on others where we were supervised the whole time. It was nice to go at our own pace and figure everything out ourselves. Best experience yet. We will return with friends!

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Jenell

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

25th August 2016

Awesome adventure! Quite challenging and lots of laughter! Conquered lots of fears!

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Amy

Treetop Adventure, Virginia Williamsburg

24th August 2016

fantastic fun celebration for my daughters 14th birthday

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Letty

Treetop Adventure, Illinois Chicago

24th August 2016

Actively fun!!!!

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