A high ropes course involves all sorts of faff and hassle - harnesses that pinch in all the wrong places, stags who lose their bottle and refuse to complete obstacles... Well, now you can enjoy all the challenges of the aerial assault without actually having to leave the ground. Chaps, welcome to the low ropes course!
Think this lot is the wimp's option? If you're suffering from the kind of hangover a stag party in Leeds can give you, it'll still be pretty difficult to finish the course. In fact, you might find it hard to complete a single section! So don't brag too hard, or you'll end up on YouTube, clinging to a rope and crying, just two feet off the ground...
This is a great course, set in an epic 50 acres of private woodland. It's the perfect way to get the stag party back on form after a few too many shandies on Friday night.
Obstacles include balance beams, rope bridges and a superb zip wire. This thing is long, and quick! Flying down the forest trail in the harness, you'll feel like a bird of prey on the hunt. Or a drunk bloke in a sling. Either way, it's awesome.
If you want to challenge the group without killing anyone, low ropes are the way to go!
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