WIN! A family ticket for a Go Ape adventure

FANCY the child to really cut loose and go wild this summer?

It’s not in the dictionary, but if it was, ‘Go Ape’ would be described as the ultimate tree-top adventure.

The sky’s the limit as you unleash your inner ape with a fantastic day out at Go Ape, at Sherwood Pines and we have a family ticket to giveaway.

Proper playground stuff, Go Ape offers around three hours of fun that can be shared with almost anyone over ten years old.

The perfect day out with that extra WOW factor, Go Ape is all about spending quality time with family and living life a little bit more adventurously.

You and your family and friends can walk on the wild side and get to grips with a giant treetop obstacle course of ladders, bridges, tunnels, walkways and wind-in-your-face zip wires.

Go pe at Sherwood Pines has an six impressive sections, the longest zip wire is 140 metres, the longest crossing is 64 metres, and there are more than 40 crossings.

In short, Go Ape will really get your blood pumping and adrenaline rushing.

Pre-booking is essential before visiting Go Ape.

A family ticket entitles entry to two Gorillas (18 years and above) and two2 Baboons (10 - 17years-old).

Visitors must be a minimum age 10-years-old with a minimum height of 4 ft 7 in.

Under 18 year-olds must be accompanied by a participating adult.

Ticket prices are £30 for adults and £20 for youths.

To book your visit to Go Ape, visit or call 0845 643 2034.

To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket (two adults and two children), just answer this simple question:

Q) How long is the longest zip wire at Go Ape in Sherwood Pines?

a) 140 cm

b) 140 ft

c) 140 metres

Send your answer along with your name and daytime telephone number to: Go Ape Competition, 5-7 Market Place, Gainsborough, DN21 2BP.

Alternatively. you can also email your entry to [email protected]

Entries should be received no later than Friday 9th Septembers.

Normal Gainsborough Standard Competition Rules apply.

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