Standing on the banks of the River Tees and towering high above, is the UK’s biggest high ropes adventure course, Air Trail! Easily located at Tees Barrage International White Water Centre, this ultimate family adventure awaits your arrival and challenges all who visit to complete each obstacle it has in store!
Air Trail offers 38 unique challenges set over 4 levels, some of which are 18 meters high above the River Tees! Try your luck on the swinging stepping stones, wobbly rope bridges and even walk the plank…if you dare that is. Don’t worry though, your safety is paramount and you will be in a harness at all times whilst on the structure. No equipment or experience is required and there’s something for everyone, including a mini ropes adventure for younger children, Air Tykes!
If you have a thirst for fun and outdoor adventure then you’re in the right place. Grab the whole family, your friends or even your grandparents and come along for a sky high adventure right our your doorstep!
Trip Advisor Review
Trip Advisor Review
Mini ropes course suitable for children aged 2+
Kids over 1.2m can go on by themselves. Kids 1m+ can be assisted by an adult
Zoom along the structure across 2 full length zip rails
Air Trail is taller than 4 double-decker buses!
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