Go Ape reaches new heights with Scottish operations

Almost 365,000 people have visited Go Ape's Scottish sites in the past ten years. Picture: Contributed

Almost 365,000 people have visited Go Ape's Scottish sites in the past ten years. Picture: Contributed

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Forest adventure company Go Ape has seen more than 50,000 visitors swing through the trees in Scotland during the 2016 season.

It means that a total of almost 365,000 people have visited its Scottish sites in Aberfoyle, Peebles and Aberdeenshire in the ten years since the launch of the Aberfoyle operation.

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The company has experienced year-on-year growth in Scotland with both a 3 per cent increase in footfall and a 3 per cent rise in turnover to £1.2 million in 2016. This follows 3 per cent growth in footfall and turnover in 2015.

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