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The course will provide two separate aerial trekking experiences.

The course opened in time for the Jubilee weekend, although it was not totally up and running until later on due to flooding delaying construction work. Schools, Scout and other groups have already been along during the daytime, with individuals turning up in the evening.  
“We had 146 people using the ropes, climbing wall and other attractions on the first day – they all said they’d be coming back except for one, and several returned over the next two days.” But with the low ropes five metres ‘foot height’ off the ground and the high ropes nine metres, the experience, which can last up to an hour, is not for the faint-hearted. Suitable for all ages from 5 to 105 years, the Course will offer a High Ropes Course, Low Ropes Course, Team Development Area, Fan Ascender and will also cater for Birthday Parties.
The course will provide two separate aerial trekking experiences - one at a lower level of 5 metres and a larger course at 9 metres high. Participants move from point to point using a series of arial ropes and "stepping stones". Participants are secured permanently using a harness and a continues lifeline system. The Course is certified to the European Safety requirements for climbing and high ropes activities. The experience lasts 20 to 40 minutes depending on the selected course, and is instructor led. The High ropes experience has particular appeal to schools, groups, and corporate team building events, but also passers by in high footfall areas such as public parks and open spaces.

High ropes course construction in Taunton opens. The course opened in time for the Jubilee weeken...