High 5: family fun high rope centres Leave your walking boots unlaced, say goodbye to the beach – these high ropes centres in holiday regions are a great alternative for families to swing near the city or scramble in Snowdonia. A Llangorse Rope Centre Family on zipline, Llangorse Multi Activity Centre, Powys, Mid Wales Multi-level action and splendid scenery in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Challenge Course presents over 30 challenges, starting at easy low-level tasks and rising to tricky 12m obstacles. Want zip-wires too? Try 14 rides spanning 3km up to 22m high on the Sky Trek Experience. Find out more about Llangorse Rope Centre B Go Ape, Margam Country Park Children on rope bridge Margam, Swansea by GoApe Off the M4 between Cardiff and Swansea, this course is one solution to happy families on a city break. Its 744m treetop course – all high wires and tricky crossings over ladders, walkways, bridges and tunnels - is on a handsome country estate with walks, riding and a children's farm to boot. Find out more about Go Ape, Margam Country Park C Tree Tops Trail, Pembrokeshire Heatherton High Ropes Adventure Trail, Pembrokeshire by MG/BS4 Set aside three hours to complete this trail – a course up to 11m high and with a 165m zipwire. Just wait until your children discover a separate course for ages six upwards! You can select an extra climbing wall option, also available as the Sky Tower for a shorter trip of climbs and zipwires. Find out more about Tree Tops Adventure Trail D Treetops Adventure, Snowdonia Tree Top Adventure, Snowdonia by jobbys.m Welcome to the worlds’ highest Powerfan parachute simulator. Its 31m of knee-trembling fun can be included with treetop trails tailored for adults and juniors aged four to eight, as can the Sky Ride, Europe’s first five-seater swing which hoists you 25m into the air then releases you over the Conwy Valley. Find out more about Tree Top Adventure Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items A high old time Why high ropes centres can make a fun family day out. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Wales' must-ride trails From riverside rides to thrilling forest trails, Wales is a great place to bring your bike. Where to find dark skies The Welsh coasts and countryside have many dark sky hideouts that come alive at night Wild winter in the north Ravens, choughs, baby seals – and hundreds of thousands of wintering birds.