Go Ape Moors Valley
22nd May 2020
Go Ape Moors Valley
Things To Do In The New Forest
About Go Ape Moors Valley
Are you ready for a real adventure? Go Ape Moors Valley offers four spine-tingling woodland trails in one and is an exhilarating way for the whole family to experience the great outdoors. Take to the trees and get your heart pumping with a range of sky-high canopies, narrow rope bridges, and suspended walkways, designed to give you the thrill of your life, all against the stunning backdrop of the New Forest.
Go Ape Moors Valley Treetop Challenge and Treetop Adventure +
The Go Ape Moors Valley Treetop Challenge is the ultimate way for thrill-seekers to experience the New Forest. Navigate your way to the tops of some of the tallest trees in the forest before swinging back down through the woodland on a stomach-churning forest zip wire. Think you can stay calm and make it to the end?
If smaller members of the family want to experience Go Ape, but aren’t quite ready for the Treetop Challenge, then Treetop Adventure + is the answer. Little adventure-seekers can test their endurance on a series of zip lines and suspended walkways.
Go Ape Moors Valley Forest Segway
Explore the forest from a different angle with the Go Ape all-terrain Segway adventure. Don’t worry, you’ll be shown how to use your Segway before you head out, so you’ll be well equipped and ready to explore the forest for up to an hour.
Go Ape Moors Valley Nets Adventure
The Go Ape Nets Adventure is a huge network of trampolines and nets set high above in the trees, so you can bounce around to your heart’s content – no harness required. Want to get the view of a lifetime? Climb to the observation tower at the top to see the New Forest from way up high.
How to get to Go Ape Moors Valley
Moors Valley Country Park Horton Road Nr Ringwood Hampshire, Ashley Heath BH24 2ET
About 19 minutes from park
Go Ape Moors Valley is located to the western edges of the New Forest National Park and around ten miles north of Bournemouth. It’s closest to the village of Ashley Heath, which is connected to other parts of the region by the A31 and A338 roads. The former will be your route if you’re approaching from Southampton or Poole, while the latter gives access from Bournemouth, Christchurch and Salisbury.
Those looking to travel to the park via public transport can catch the number 38 bus. The service connects the towns of Ferndown and Ringwood, and the stop at Lions Lane is around a mile walk to the Visitor Centre and entrance.