Go Ape Leeds Temple Newsam reopens for Easter fun with whole family outdoor adventure
Go Ape has reopened its high rise fun in the trees and woodlands at Temple Newsam in Leeds just in time for Easter weekend.
The outdoor adventure reopened on Monday in line with the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
The Go Ape team have been giving regular updates on social media, informing people of the 'hard work' that has been put in to prepare staff and the forest for a Covid safe reopening.
They said they are 'so excited' and 'cannot wait' to welcome all the 'local tribes' back into the forest for Easter adventures, as they encouraged people to 'dust off' adventure hats and get back into the 'swing of adventure'.
The high rise woodland has three different adventures, including a Treetop Challenge, a Treetop Adventure and a Treetop Adventure Plus.
They are aimed at a variety of different confidence levels, ability, age and time spent on the ropes.
Temple Newsam is Go Ape's first high rise experience in West Yorkshire, and has a wide range of longer zips, plummets and heights.
Online bookings must be made before arriving at the site.
In posts on social media, the Go Ape team said: "We are so excited to open our forest to you again.
"Please read our website for our terms of booking.
"Dust off your adventure hats and get back into the swing of adventure this Easter!"
And: "Please make sure you book online before arriving, keep up to date with government guidelines and read our terms of booking.
"We cannot wait to welcome all of our local tribes back into our forest for Easter adventures!"