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Extreeme Adventure

High House, Weasenham, Kings Lynn, PE32 2SP, United Kingdom

Family Days Out - Family Activities

Tel 01328 838720

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About Extreeme Adventure

Extreeme Adventure is a high ropes course built in the tallest trees in Eastern England, in beautiful Weasenham Woods, Norfolk --the oldest example of continuous cover forestry in the British Isles.

Hours of adrenaline rushing family fun (for those aged ten and over) which takes aerial trekking to new extremes. Swing, climb and zip at 20ft and 40ft. High up in the trees there are over twenty different elements to conquer including a 3G swing.

For the more adventurous there is an 80ft platform from which a fan descender jump can be made as well as a 1000ft zip wire. Both respectively thought to be the longest and highest in the country!

Forget climbing walls - we also have tree climbing (with dry tooling for the very experienced) to heights of 65ft! Do this as an "extra" or as a group outing where teams may race each other over three way courses to the top.

New for 2018 Quad Biking - Enjoy an off-road adventure with our Suzuki ATV quad bike trek, the newest of our exTREEme adventure outdoor recreation activities. Our quad bike instructors are LANTRA trained. Participants must be at least 16 years old .

Spend half an hour mastering control of your quad, then head out in a group lead by our guide, where you tackle an hour long safari. The routes will be dependent on experience and ability. We cater for novices, those more experienced, as well as the more able and adventurous.

After you've tried all the fun, enjoy chatting about your experiences in our Woodland Cafe.

How to book? In all cases, telephone first to book.

Bookings are made on the hour from 10am – 3pm, and by telephone. Call 07775 593477 or 01328 838720 to make your booking.


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