Looking for a thrilling day out in London? Tucked away in the heart of Trent Park Country Park, Enfield and at the end of the Piccadilly Line you'll find Go Ape's two high ropes experiences. Treetop Challenge at Go Ape Cockfosters is a 2-3 hour experience. You'll get to clamber up rope ladders, traverse tricky crossings, swing into giant cargo nets and ride super-fast zip wires. Alternatively, test your mettle against Go Ape's newest and most demanding high ropes experience. It's tough. Proper tough. It's called Challenge Plus (visit Go Ape's website for more info). Whether it's a date idea, birthday celebration or treat, Go Ape Cockfosters is hard to beat. The location just a 10-minute walk from Cockfosters Tube Station too.
Where is Go Ape Cockfosters located?
Go Ape Cockfosters is located in Trent Country Park, close to Enfield and just a 5-minute walk from Cockfosters Tube Station.
Details on what activities are available at Go Ape Cockfosters?
There are two thrilling high ropes courses at Go Ape Cockfosters:
1. Treetop Challenge: This course is a thrill-seeking playground. It has canopy-high tree-to-tree crosses, free-fall Tarzan Swings, and lightning-quick zip wires. Ideal for adults, older children, and teens standing over 1.4 metres tall.
2. Challenge Plus: For the most daring adults, Challenge Plus is the ultimate challenge. It's a cranked-up version of the conventional high-ropes adventure that provides a very tough encounter.
These courses, located in the lovely Trent Country Park in Enfield, are the embodiment of adventure. Go Ape Cockfosters is the place to be for a date, a birthday party, or just a treat. It's also only a five-minute walk away from Cockfosters Tube Station. Explore the 413-acre park after your treetop experience.
Things to do in the local area?
In Trent Country Park, near Go Ape Cockfosters, you can enjoy cycling and walking trails, historical markers, the Nature Trail, try fishing in the lakes during the open season, and let the kids have fun in two wooden play areas. You can also have refreshments at the Wildlife Rescue Centre and Café.
Know before you go:
- Wear sensible clothes for adventure and please ensure your midriff is covered.
- Footwear must be sturdy and suitable for the outdoors. No sandals, slip off shoes, open toes or heels.
- Gloves are a good idea. Either bring a pair or you can buy them at the cabin on the day.
- Parking is free.
- Arrive 15 minutes before your session.
Make a day of it:
- Bring your bike and follow the cycle trails to explore the meadows.
- Visit the Wildlife Rescue Centre and meet a variety of rescued animals and birds.
- Take in the history of the park by following one of the official walking routes.
- Let the children blow off steam in the children’s play areas.
- Grab a hot meal and drink in the café.