Underground & over ground adventures at Go Ape

Buxton, Derbyshire

Release your Tarzan and journey to the centre of the earth on an epic double adventure in Derbyshire’s beautiful Buxton.

Only here can you swing from the tree tops at Go Ape - the UK’s number one forest adventure – then plunge deep underground into nearby Poole’s Cavern, a spectacular 2 million year old, natural limestone cave.

Our unique double adventure is set on the edge of the historic spa town of Buxton in the heart of the beautiful Peak District, so you’re also spoilt for choice when it comes to great places to stay and eat out. The Go Ape experience is a 3-hour tree top adventure, flying down zip-wires, leaping off Tarzan swings and tackling spectacular tree crossings in some breathtaking scenery.

After swinging from the trees, take a journey deep beneath the earth, explore vast limestone caverns and see how crystal stalactites and stalagmites have grown over millions of years. With new LED lighting for this year, you can see the incredible underground world as never before.

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High-wire adventure at Go ApeHigh-wire adventure at Go Ape © Visit Peak District
Visitor inspects stalagtites at Pooles Cavern, Peak DistrictVisitor inspects stalagtites at Pooles Cavern, Peak District © Visit Peak District
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Flying down the zip wire at Go Ape!, Peak DistrictFlying down the zip wire at Go Ape © Visit Peak District
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