This is one endeavour that takes the current trampolining craze to a whole new level of weird and wacky. And be warned, it’s not for the faint-hearted.
Some clever clogs thought to combine trampolines and an abandoned Welsh slate mine – and came up with Bounce Below. Surely this is one of the most terrifying ways to trampoline?
This incredible new venture combines all of my greatest fears: claustrophobia, heights and the dark. Suffice to say I won’t be travelling to Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales to partake in Bounce Below anytime soon. But if said location is on your travel agenda, I will indulge you with all of the details on this freshly opened attraction.
Housed in a disused slate cavern, huge trampolines. hung like nets, dot the void. It actually looks like a giant spider has worked its way down the cavernous hole leaving behind giants webs. But enough of that, this is supposed to be fun!
Bounce Below is the world’s first subterranean playground, and is located at Zip World Titan. The trampolines and slides are mounted to the cavern walls at heights of up to more than 50 metres off the ground. Having fun yet? I know I am!
The trampolines are hung within two huge chambers and linked together by walkways and slides. The cavern is also illuminated with a light display. A one hour session at Bounce Below is currently at an introductory price of £15, and you need to be at least seven years old to give it a go