Skywalk Adventure

Skywalk Adventure

This weekend saw us taking to the high ropes at Skywalk Adventure in Esher, Surrey. It wasn’t the first time that we have done a high ropes course. We held my eldests 9th Birthday party at Go Ape Bracknell. However, middle man, who was 6 at the time, never made it off the practice part. He said he would try again when he was 8. As he is turning 9 next month and I was lucky to win a family ticket to Skywalk Adventure through Kids Days Out Reviews, we went for it.

The course is not to dissimilar to a Go Ape junior course in that when you are on the course you need to continue round. You aren’t in charge of hooking on and off like you are on the adult Go Ape course. You need to be 8 years old and 1.3m to do the course so unfortunately our youngest couldn’t join us on this adventure. Luckily he was spoilt rotten by his Auntie instead.

So if it is like Go Ape junior, why would I recommend this course if it isn’t the nearest to you? Because it isn’t as scary for a first timer. Don’t get me wrong, it is still fun and my 11 year old loved it. But for my very nervous 8 year old, the zip lines didn’t look as steep. They took you to another part of the course rather than a drop to get off the course.

I wont lie, he was frightened, but he was also very brave. The staff were fantastic and did everything they could to make him feel that being a bit scared was normal and encouraged him to do it. We went at midday and whilst there were loads of people there when we started it was quiet enough for him to go at his own pace. He wasn’t holding anyone (other than me) up. He was able to take his time and grow in confidence.

I was really impressed with the Skywalk Adventure. The views were beautiful and it is set over a ski slope, which my husband is now thinking we should try too!

Have you tried a high ropes adventure with your family? Were they nervous or little dare devils?

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5 Replies to “Skywalk Adventure”

  1. so much braver than us! There’s no way my son or I could attempt something like this, so well done #countrykids

  2. Sounds like a great day with patient and well trained staff. We’ve not done any high line courses yet, one for the future. I’m amused that some of the line connectors make it look as though the trees are laced up with cartoon dynamite sticks! Thanks for sharing with us at #CountryKids
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  3. I’ve yet to try this with my family but I have done a few courses as a child.. If my girls desired to have a go themselves I would support them too. #CountryKids

  4. I’ve never tried a high ropes adventure and I suspect I’d be a bit nervous doing it for the first time too. This sounds like such a good one to do especially as it is a bit less scary for a first-timer than the Go Ape Junior course. Being able to go at his own pace must have helped a lot too. Well done to your middle man for doing the course and for gaining in confidence as he went round too. Sophie is still too young for this but this one is near enough to us to consider when she is old enough. Thank you for sharing with #CountryKids

  5. Wow, this is nice! I think every age group in my family will love this place. My kids are daring (like us parents) and I think they will never go tired in climbing trees and ropes. Thanks for this. Xoxo.
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