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Campers wired for new experience

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The UK’s longest zip wire has opened in Scotland. The wire, which measures 426m, is part of the Go Ape Wire Forest Adventure at Queen Elizabeth Forest Park near Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire.

If this is a little far to travel then the company has 11 other sites around the UK. The sites have a network of rope ladders, bridges, Tarzen swings, trapezes, stirrup crossings and zip wires set up to 13m in the tree canopy.

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