We welcome you to one of the more demanding Go Ape outdoor activity centre located in London We are confident that if you go there that you will feel million miles away from the city life in the stunning Trent Country Park, Barnet.Go Ape Cockfosters is home to two incredibly fun (and extremely difficult) climbing courses for high-ropes:Treetop Challenge is for those who are enthralled by canopy-high tree-to tree crossings and free-fall Tarzan Swings , and taking a ride on super-fast, extremely lengthy North London zip wire experiences.It is ideal for adults, teenagers and children over 1.4m.
Challenge Plus is our newest high ropes challenge and it’s right and tough.It’s a dialed-up variation of our traditional high ropes adventure.For the bravest adults.
Your next adventure starts just 5 minutes walk to Cockfosters Tube Station.
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Cockfosters Go Ape lies in Trent Country Park, close to Enfield and just minutes away from the tube, and close to M25.Enjoy 413 acres of lush woodland, rolling meadows charming brooks, and impressive historic places.
After you’ve conquered the most challenging Go Ape course in the South East, you can discover what the stunning park offers.
Take your bikes to the bike trails or, if you prefer exploring on foot , there are few walking routes that contain a range of the park’s historical monuments such as Sassoon’s obelisk, the Duke’s Pyramid as well as Camlet Moat.
Based on the time of year, the Nature Trail will offer you the chance to experience something new each year. you can explore an area called the Water Garden which has recently been restored to its earlier splendor.If you’re looking for the view of the lake, take the rod (and an Environment Agency Rod Licence) because fishing is allowed on the lakes throughout the season of open.
There’s more than just grown-up amusement – children have a chance to play too the fun at Trent Country Park.There are two amazing wooden play areas, one that caters to toddlers and the other is specifically designed for children.
You’ve worked up an appetite?Visit the Wildlife Rescue Centre and Cafe for a snack.