Put your skills, ability and fear to the test in this Low Rope Course in East Sussex. Experience 12 different trials along this tree top challenge!
- Lewes (East Sussex)
- Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
This Low Ropes Course in East Sussex is just the thing to get you started in the world of high ropes courses. If you are nervous with heights or have never done anything like this before, the Low Ropes Course is the best thing for you.
Arriving at the centre, you will be given a safety briefing of all the dos and don’ts when up in the trees. They will then get you kitted up ready to take on the wild woodland of East Sussex! This Low Ropes Course will test your balance, confidence and even fear as you cross through the 12 elements of the course. No need to panic though, as you will be at the comfortable height of 3-5 metres off of the ground.
The activity will take approximately 60 minutes to complete all the different elements. Once you have completed this challenging yet accomplishing activity, you can meet up with the rest of your group for some refreshments at the onsite café. This is certainly an experience that you will talking about for a while!
The Low Ropes Course is the perfect activity for those of you that want to ease themselves in to the bigger challenges of the high ropes world! This is a great introduction to the activity and is a superb way to get the whole family together for a day of outdoor fun.
This low ropes course runs all year round - subject to availability.
Minimum Age: 8
Minimum Height: 1.3 meters
Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult.
To purchase an adult ticket, please click here.
A reasonable level of fitness is required.
Experience Duration: 01:00
Time at Venue: 01:00
It will take you approximately 60 minutes to make your way around the course. This excludes the safety briefing and introduction.
Participants: The Low Ropes Course for Children in East Sussex is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: +10
Spectators Allowed on Site: Yes
Spectators are welcome to follow you from the ground as you make
your way through the activities.
There is also a cafe on site, where spectators can wait and enjoy some light refreshments.
You should wear comfortable clothing that you don't mind getting
dirty. - Dress accordingly for the weather.
It is also advised that you bring gloves and wear sensible shoes. No sandals allowed.
The experience can run all in weather conditions. Only in extreme forecasts will the experience need to be cancelled and rescheduled.
On the 15th September, Leoni and I hit the road for an adventure filled day near Ringmer, East Sussex. We spent the day hanging from trees like Tarzan, zooming along zip wires and battling wobbly ropes. The centre has a variety of activities that will keep your day jam-packed with non-stop fun adventures; you’ll leave feeling exhausted but also grinning ear-to-ear with accomplishment. Here’s a little bit more about our day…
With a car packed full of gear, and two eager beavers ready to get climbing, Leoni and I arrived at the site (after a very wrong turn which took us to a campsite – definitely not where we were supposed to be!) We could not have picked a better day for it; the sun was shining and there was not a cloud in sight. We parked in the spacious car park (free of charge) and headed towards the woods to begin our day. Mark and his mascot, Edie the border terrier, enthusiastically greeted us whilst Leoni and I marvelled at the stunning location of the adventure centre.
It was time to get going and get harnessed up, and as far as harnesses go, these ones were pretty comfy! Amy, another member of the team led us through a quick safety briefing before we were let loose on the high ropes. It was pretty scary as you are in charge of clipping and unclipping yourself around the course but the magnetic clips made sure it was physically impossible to fall off. The course had the perfect combination of being challenging but achievable – our arms were knackered after though!
Next, we tried out the centre’s fastest and highest zip wire. Mark showed and talked us through how it was done and then it was our chance to try it out. To get to the top, you have to climb up the tree using only small staple steps – trust me, it’s a lot harder than it sounds. You then jump off of the top of the platform and zoom through the air. Leoni and I even managed to master some tricks and zip wire upside down! We thought it was going to be our favourite activity, but we hadn’t tried the giant swing yet…
After a quick refreshment break at the onsite cafe (all this exercise was thirsty work), we prepared for our final activity; a ride in the giant swing. On our way down, I had many different visions of what the swing would entail and it really isn’t what you’d expect – it’s way better. You are strapped onto a bar with your legs dangling in the air. You are then hoisted up until you are level with the tree tops, then you pull on the cord and drastically drop down before swinging forward. You feel your face drop and your stomach turn, then comes the laughter! Our favourite activity had definitely been topped.
We had one of the most exciting days yet with Branching Out, and can’t thank them enough for inviting us down. It is somewhere you could go again and again, and not get bored. I think we will need another road trip down!