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Go Ape at Rivington, Bolton, Bolton

(4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Excellent facilities. Great location and setting. Well organised set up with friendly and knowledgable staff. Safety drill was well presented and thorough. Fun day team building, with great views! Cha...  more »
  • We'd visited another Go Ape, daughter loved it so much she dragged her Dad here the following week. He was more frightened that her (she is fearless!) Highly recommended. 
  • My partner and I visited here after booking last minute and I loved every single second of it! I am scared of heights so thought I would try and take a leap of faith and conquer them for good! I arriv...  more »
  • Have done a few Go Apes and this remains my favourite. It's spread out a little more and has some great multiple level courses. The best bit is the long zip line that takes you over the sandy beach of Rivington reservoir, head out on a sunny day and it's just stunning!
  • Lovely experience, climbing, crossing, and zip lining. Challenging for all levels. One zip line goes over water. Rain actually added to the fun, with the wet and wind enhancing the physical experience. Dress appropriately for the weather, with laced trainers and comfortable clothes. Bring a towel and change of shoes — you are likely to get muddy unless maybe if it is a dry day with dry ground. Takes a few hours but time went quickly. Water dispensers and cups are provided around actives. Recommended for both adults and young adults. May be difficult for young children — consult staff first before booking for children or teenagers for adult supervision numbers and for suitability. There are a couple of nets to climb, but assistance can be provided for these, and one is optional. Staff supervise the area and are not far away. Difficult to find entrance to site. Check map carefully beforehand. Toilets are at nearby visitors' centre — low quality with stainless steel toilets, you know the kind, without toilet seats and such.
  • Great day out. Worth a visit! Would recommend taking some gloves with Abit of grip on them, hands did hurt a little bit. Very intense but so exciting. Wouldn't recommend if you don't like heights! Or go but don't look down 🙈😨 fab day!
  • Great fun but aching today because im too old for climbing lol.,the staff are very friendly and informative
  • Really friendly staff, my wife and daughter (10yrs old) thoroughly enjoyed themselves