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Boler Mountain, London

4.6
#2 of 13 in Outdoors in London
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Get to grips with snow sports at Boler Mountain, where you can slide down the tubing slope or get involved in a variety of learning programs for all ages and abilities. Adrenaline junkies with advanced skiing or snowboarding skills can practice pulling some tricks on the bag jump. During the warmer months, you climb trees and zipline down the adventure course, suitable for anyone over the age of eight. To visit Boler Mountain on your holiday in London, and find out what else London has to offer, use our London.
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  • While the Treetop Adventure course is a very fun and challenging ropes course, however the very young staff is either severely short-staffed or not appropriately supervised as most of the stations... 
    While the Treetop Adventure course is a very fun and challenging ropes course, however the very young staff is either severely short-staffed or not appropriately supervised as most of the stations...  more »
  • We went a did the tree top adventure. The staff and facility was great, we had a good time, only thing is they have changed the harness as a female it was very uncomfortable and at times painful... 
    We went a did the tree top adventure. The staff and facility was great, we had a good time, only thing is they have changed the harness as a female it was very uncomfortable and at times painful...  more »
  • So fun! and great exercise. Was a little worried because of all the waivers, giving up legal rights to sue etc, but seeing their equipment and measures, I felt more and more safe going through the... 
    So fun! and great exercise. Was a little worried because of all the waivers, giving up legal rights to sue etc, but seeing their equipment and measures, I felt more and more safe going through the...  more »
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  • I went here for the first time as a wedding guest. I really liked it. It was cool going up the ski lift for the ceremony portion. For the actual reception, layout was good! Nice venue for weddings
  • The Treetop Adventure has serious safety and supervision issues. While the Treetop Adventure course is a very fun and challenging ropes course, the young workers there are either severely short-staffed or not appropriately supervised as most of the stations were completely vacant. We noticed several of the obstacles and games, including the children’s and family courses, had no staff monitoring action games where people could get stuck or confused about how to proceed. At one point my 10 year-old daughter got stuck halfway between platforms on a skateboard-type trolley, and there was no staff person monitoring the area (she had left her backpack there but wandered off for 15 minutes). I shouted loudly for help from staff several times with no response as I backtracked the course to the nearest ladder. After several minutes I was able to make my way down to pull my daughter to the next platform using a rope that I’m assuming is there for staff to help people who get stuck. I complained to the staffer when she finally returned, but she insisted that she had no responsibility to monitor that station, that my daughter’s body weight should have been enough for her to make it across the game, and that the rope wasn’t necessary for pulling people across. The only requirement for the full adventure course is only that participants be able to reach 5’11”. My daughter can reach 6’2”, but only weighs 75 pounds, making it difficult for her to fully complete some of the action games that rely upon body mass for momentum. The guide wire for the action game she was stuck on was far higher than 5’11”; perhaps Boler should consider raising their minimum reach or instituting a minimum weight. In any case, this wouldn’t be an issue if there was adequate staff monitoring each station, or at least staff listening for anguished cries for help from panicking parents or children. I caution anyone who is at all anxious about trying this course or worried about their children's safety to stay away until Boler solves their staffing issues.
  • Fun little bike park. Pretty flowy with a bit of tech and some awesome downhill berms. Nothing too crazy but still had a blast here. Good for an hour or two of riding.
  • It's too bad that everyone MUST sign the photo release waiver to be able to participate in the Treetop Adventure. I was just about to book tickets for my kids and I, when I came across this mandatory stipulation in the instructions. People are entitled to their privacy. If Boler needs photos for their Marketing purposes, they should be spending the money to pay for contracted models, rather than use photos of paying customers for their own gain. Shameful. I will never book an excursion here without my family's privacy guaranteed.
  • Such an amazing adventure. Alannah was kind of enough to drive us up to the zip line and back. She took fabulous pictures of us! Ethan was so patient when my fear of heights took over before I started my zip lining. Both of them deserve five stars!

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