An adventurous day at Altitude High Ropes – Bournemouth

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Isaac and Eliza swim at Littledown and we often find ourselves in Littledown Park afterwards, as they have a large adventure play area, paddling pool, duck pond and lots of wide pathways, perfect for scooting.

Altitude High Ropes is set towards the back of Littledown Park and the kids have been asking to take on the challenge for some time and on Friday, we finally did.

Altitude High Ropes

Altitude features five different challenges: Low Ropes, High Ropes, Zip Wire, Climbing Wall and Power Fan Descender and once we were kitted up, we started with the Low Ropes.

Altitude High Ropes

Children aged 5 and over can do the course, but must be accompanied by an adult, children aged 8 and over can do the course unaccompanied.

Altitude High Ropes

The Low Ropes course is set 5m above the ground and has nine different challenges including balance beams, a crawl tunnel, cargo net, log bridge and swinging logs.

Altitude High Ropes

Eliza, Connor and Ellie sailed round the low ropes course with no problem and promptly took on the blindfold challenge and attempted it again blindfolded, which they admitted was much harder!

Altitude High Ropes

Sebby found the course more challenging and need some encouragement to complete a couple of the challenges, but once he had done it once, he flew around the course again with much more confidence.

Altitude High Ropes

Once the kids had completed the Low Ropes course twice, it was time for the next challenge – the High Ropes!

Altitude High Ropes

The High Ropes challenge is not for the faint hearted and is a staggering 10m above the ground.

Altitude High Ropes

There are 12 testing elements including swinging tyres, Burma bridge, stepping stones, islands in the sky, a zip wire which lands you on a scramble net.

Altitude High Ropes

All four of my team took on the High Ropes, even little Sebby, and all admitted they found the course much more challenging than the Low Ropes course.

Altitude High Ropes

The biggest difference between the high and low ropes course was that the reach was a lot bigger, but the kids used their problem solving skills to help them get across, along with some advice and encouragement from the instructors.

Altitude High Ropes

The scramble net was the biggest hurdle they had to overcome but the proud look on their faces once they nailed it was priceless!!

Altitude High Ropes

If you think 10m is high, the next challenge took the kids even higher!!

Altitude High Ropes

The Altitude Power Fan Descender is 11.5m high and you literally step off a platform and take a vertical drop to the ground.

Altitude High Ropes

Once they were all safely on the ground, it was a climb back to the top to complete the 70m zip wire, which whizzes them over a lake – even the Heron looked on impressed.

Altitude High Ropes

Of course, Sebby did his best running man impression as he came down.

Altitude High Ropes

The final challenge of the day was to take on the climbing wall.

Altitude High Ropes

We spent around 3 hours doing the courses and the kids thoroughly enjoyed themselves. We will definitely be back with Isaac!

Altitude High Ropes

There are several packages on offer including the Ultimate Adventure package which includes all of the activities on offer costs £16.50 per person in advance or £18.50 on the day or the Family Extreme Adventure for two adults and two children or one adult and 3 children which costs £35 in advance or £45 on the day.

Altitude High Ropes

Altitude High Ropes have offered my readers a 20% off discount off any of their packages, simply enter code CM20 at the checkout, or follow this booking link to apply the offer.

Disclaimer: We were guests of Altitude High Ropes for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

34 thoughts on “An adventurous day at Altitude High Ropes – Bournemouth

  1. Kizzy says:

    Looks like a great day out. We love anything to do with heights.
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  2. This looks so exciting and fun! This is perfect for kid gatherings or parties. Everyone will surely enjoy the fresh air and of course the activities.

  3. Jennifer says:

    I love how fearless they are! My kids would love this, especially my eldest.

  4. My son loves doing High Ropes. I enjoy watching him but make sure my feet are firmly on the ground.

  5. There’s a place near me that offers these type of high ropes – I’ve never been but they look like such a great day out! x

  6. Maureen says:

    WOW you guys are so brave. I’m not sure that I could do that! I’m scared of heights lol.
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  7. What a fun way to spend an afternoon, my older two would love this and I think that Piglet would want to get in on the action.

  8. Stephanie says:

    This looks fab, my kids love these type of aerial fun activities. This one looks great, not sure about the blindfolded part though!!

  9. Catherine says:

    What a fun and adventurous day outdoors! Perfect for the whole family…I’d probably have as much fun as the kids!

  10. Lizzy Barlow says:

    Great photos! Looks like awesome weather too…..I can’t wait till my son is old enough to do these kinds of fun things

  11. Anne Fraser says:

    This looks great fun. My children would have loved it. I am not sure about me. I think you must all be quite brave.
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  12. Didi Marie says:

    As a physical therapist, I al all about getting kids active outdoors. The rates of childhood obesity are staggering. This spot looks perfect!

  13. Elizabeth says:

    Oh wow, what fun! My kids would LOVE to do something like that – we have no trees where we live!
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  14. We could probably manage the low ropes (as scared of heights) but Altitude looks like a fab place to burn off energy!!

  15. Eva Katona says:

    Amazing that even your little boy did it! I’d be so scared, but it looks so much fun for the kids.

  16. Claire Roach says:

    Looking in to taking my lot here before the half terms done. It looks cracking!

  17. Lisa says:

    What a fun day out! The kids also look like they had a lot of fun, the photos are adorable!

  18. Shoshana Sue says:

    This is so much fun and a wonderful to get the kids out and off the screen! There should be more and more places like Altitude High Ropes for kids these days.

  19. Magaly Tompkins says:

    How fun is this place! I want to take the girls here one of these days!

  20. What a fun day for the kids! I love the mix of adventure and independence they will get to experience from climbing up so high- Sondra Barker @cuisineandtravel

  21. Sam says:

    What a fun experience and a great way to spend the day with family. The Fan Defender seems a little challenging, but cool.

  22. This looks brilliant and just the type of thing my girls love to do. I need to take a look.

  23. This looks so fun and is something I would have loved as a kid. I would love to take my daughter to try the high ropes out.

  24. Heather says:

    What a fun place! I know my girls would love to experience this. If we’re ever in the area!
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  25. As much as my grandkids love to climb and play, I can see them wanting to spend all day here. I’d even have a lot of fun myself.

  26. Alexandra Cook says:

    Wow, this place looks incredible. There’s so much to do and see there! Looks like a brilliant place to take the whole family

  27. Jon says:

    I LOVE high ropes even as an adult! Would have been all over this sort of thing as a kid if it was around in the 80s lol

  28. kumamonjeng says:

    Wow, the activities look so cool and adventurous, really good to help boost kids’ confidence level.

  29. Marysa says:

    What a fun place for kids! I love the picture with the heron in the background.. that is too funny. My kids would really like this!

  30. What a cool adventure! I’ve been wanting to check out a ropes course. If your kids are brave enough, surely I could do one.

  31. This looks quite high and your kids seem so brave climbing up and doing all the activities. Altitude High Ropes does seem like an interesting place to head out for a day with the family

  32. Claire says:

    This looks like so much fun! My son is so keen to do this but the last time we tried, I had to help him down as he completly froze and went ghostly white!

    Seems your children had a blast!

  33. Wow, such a fab experience! Your kids always seem so adventurous.

  34. Valerie says:

    Altitude High Ropes looks like a fun place! We don’t have anything like that here. My oldest would have a blast doing all of that climbing, and I think the big drop too.

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