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UK’s original Treetop Nets gets £250k upgrade just in time for Easter

Four years after its original launch, award winning Cumbrian company Treetop Trek Ltd is investing £250,000 in a complete rebuild and upgrade of its Treetop Nets adventure at Brockhole.

The all-new nets will be re-launched in perfect time for Easter and promise to be bigger and bouncier than ever. To celebrate there will be some free Easter activities too.

Treetop Nets at Brockhole will reopen with a fresh layout including lots of new features and most notably a pioneering new three layer construction technique that makes the nets bouncier than ever before.

The attraction will be ready for action from Friday 30th March and will launch with a Treetop version of the traditional Easter egg hunt. Children aged three and above will receive an activity sheet guiding them through the course with a challenge to find a series of hidden eggs in the nets and trees. Visitors over the long weekend may even catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny hopping through the nets.

The Windermere site is also home to Treetop Trek, a thrilling zip line adventure through the tree canopy.  At jaw-dropping heights, participants can weave through the high trees across breath-taking aerial obstacles, including balance bars, swinging logs and Indiana bridges, along with the thrilling 250m triple zip down to the shores of Lake Windermere.

The Treetop Nets reopening coincides with several improvements to Brockhole visitor centre, including a brand new adventure playground for all ages, updates to the on site café and additional car parking, making for a perfect family day out.

Treetop Nets launched at Brockhole in May 2014 and was awarded English Tourism’s Experience of the Year. The first attraction of its kind in the UK has since welcomed over 120,000 visitors and Treetop Nets has taken its bouncing adventure to three further sites in Manchester, Ripon and North Wales.

Treetop Nets admission for children aged 5 and up and adults is £18.00 and children aged 3-4 plus their adult supervisors pay £12.50 entry. The Easter Treetop Trail is available to all at no extra charge from Friday 30 March to Sunday 15 April.

The Treetop Trek Mini Trek is priced at £18 per person (5 years+) and the Zip Trek is priced at £32 for adults and £24 for juniors (7 years+). Booking is recommended to avoid disappointment during the busy Easter holidays.

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