Activities

Rope a Phobia

Rope-A-Phobia is the latest indoor thrill simulating activity and one of its kind in UK. It has 8 different elements from narrow wire crossings to swinging rope bridges to challenge children`s ability to deal with their fear of heights. All children climb the high ropes with suitable safety harnesses and a safety puck system navigates participants through the activity. Children who do not wish to complete all the elements can choose their favourite ones. Children are clipped onto an auto belay system to descend slowly down a fireman’s pole after completing their thrilling high in air experience. This is a one way activity and children who do not wish to continue their high rope activities will be assisted by our experienced staff to bring them down through fireman`s pole safely.

Rope-A-Phobia is designed, manufactured, tested and supported by comprehensive quality assurance and quality control measures to ensure reliability and safety.

Operating Times:
All our activities are subject to height restrictions and availability and the management reserves the right to close an activity without prior notice. Rules of play apply.
Off Peak: Close
Peak : 11.00 – 17.15

Rules of Play
•Do not participate if: You have had back, neck, or heart problems, broken bones, if you are pregnant or have other physical or medical problems, especially limb injuries.
•Weight must be between 40-250 lbs ( 18 KG – 113 KG)
•Listen to and obey employees at all times
•Read and obey all posted health warning and safety signs
•No side-to-side swinging or climbing
•Feet first repelling only, do not kick back more than 3 feet
•Do not step on the safety cables.
•No open toe shoes, No clogs
•Adults are not allowed on climbing apparatus.
•No climbers without approved safety wear and system are allowed to climb on.
•All our play equipment will close 45 minutes before closing time.
•Children may be refused entry on play equipment if they are not wearing appropriate clothing or footwear, if they do not meet the height restriction, if they are unwell, wearing plaster cast or have sustained injuries
•All our play equipment is designed for maximum fun, and has passed stringent requirements regulated by the Play Inspector. We cannot therefore be held responsible for accidents which occur as a result of playing on our equipment.