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Bounce Below: A Giant Network of Trampolines Suspended in an Abandoned Welsh Slate Mine

27 Jun
Bounce Below… The World’s largest underground trampoline, bounce and slide underground, in what we think is the most fun place to be in the world, on giant record-breaking trampolines!

Bounce Below is the first facility of its kind, a set of three enormous nets within the Llechwedd caverns in Wales — bringing trampolines to whole new terrain…literally. Bounce Below is an underground playground for both adults and children, set deep inside an old mining cavern that is twice the size of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

This activity lasts approximately one-hour and you will be supplied with a cotton overall and safety helmet before jumping on the train and taken inside the mountain. The train will disembark customers into a cavern that is lit up by an incredible display of lights and to a collection of 3 trampolines that have been interconnected by stairways and slides – the biggest of which is a 60 foot slide that just adds to the already awesome experience.

Bounce Below: A Giant Network of Trampolines Suspended in an Abandoned Welsh Slate Mine trampolines playgrounds caves

Bounce Below: A Giant Network of Trampolines Suspended in an Abandoned Welsh Slate Mine trampolines playgrounds caves

Bounce Below: A Giant Network of Trampolines Suspended in an Abandoned Welsh Slate Mine trampolines playgrounds caves

Bounce Below: A Giant Network of Trampolines Suspended in an Abandoned Welsh Slate Mine trampolines playgrounds caves

Bounce Below: A Giant Network of Trampolines Suspended in an Abandoned Welsh Slate Mine trampolines playgrounds caves

If you’re afraid of heights, caves, the dark, suffer from claustrophobia or vertigo, this might not be for you, but if not, a small Welsh town has the perfect subterranean adventure for you: the world’s largest underground trampoline.

Just unveiled in Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales, Bounce Below is a network of trampolines and slides mounted to the walls of an abandoned slate mine at heights of 20 feet to 180 feet off the ground.

Visitors are welcome to climb, bounce, slide, and jump in the netting amidst a technicolor light show.  Here is the link if you would like to know more:  http://www.bouncebelow.net/

 

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Posted by on June 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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