Zip wire and adventure activities
Fly on England's longest and fastest zip wire, tackle an aerial assault course, plummet in a giant swing – the list of adventures is endless…
Choose from a brilliant range of adventure activities based here at the Eden Project, designed for thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies, that are run by our friends at Hangloose Adventure.
Choose your adventure
Pick the ride that suits you best – or you can create your own adventure day by combining several together, and enjoy a discount.
SkyWire: zip wire
Soar above the eden Project Biomes on England's longest and fastest zip wire, covering 660 metres and travelling at speeds of up to 60mph.
SkyTrek: aerial trekking course
From the balance beam to the swinging logs, this high ropes adventure is jam-packed with intricate crossings, wobbly bridges and a zip wire finale.
Vertigo: 360 swing
Go as high as you dare on Britain’s first 360 swing – with fabulous views to boot. Do you have the nerve to go all the way over and do the 10m loop?
Gravity: giant swing
Plummet at 50mph from 65ft out over a cliff edge, in our giant swing. You can choose to ride Gravity solo or with up to two friends.
The Drop: leap of faith
Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush as you take a leap of faith 10 metres over a cliff edge, and plummet towards the ground, in this short but sweet activity.
Big Air: base jump
Release your inner stunt-man in a 12-metre drop of epic proportions. It’s just one step, but it’s harder than it looks.
I have been gliding and paragliding, but for me the Eden Project SkyWire was the closest thing I have experienced to flying.
Hangloose activities are an ideal opportunity for students to engage in team building puzzle solving. Teachers can choose from a range of adventure packages for school groups.
Plan your adventure
How to book
You can simply turn up, or book your ride ahead of time online on the Hangloose website. Please do check the opening times and hours on the Hangloose website. There is no need for an Eden admission ticket or pass to take part.
You can create your own adventure day by combining several adventure activities together, and enjoy a discount. Or get together with family or friends to book your tickets in groups of ten or more and enjoy 10% off!
Please see full opening times and dates on the Hangloose website, as the site occasionally closes early for wedding bookings.
Hangloose opens an hour early (on request) so that disabled users can have exclusive use of the area, offering a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy the SkyWire with friends or family. Contact the Hangloose team to book, and for more information.
Hangloose activities are based at the Eden Project, outside our pay perimeter – so there’s no need to present an Eden admission ticket or pass.
Christmas gift vouchers
Treat your nearest and dearest to an adventure they’ll never forget. Choose from a single Hangloose Adventure activity or a combi-package, allowing the recipient to make a day out of their visit. Vouchers are valid for 12 months and are emailed instantly to you or your recipient!
Contact the team
These activities are managed by Hangloose Adventure. If you have any questions about them, please visit the Hangloose website, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the team on the Hangloose at Eden Facebook page.
In the event of adverse weather conditions, such as high winds or thunderstorms, the Hangloose team would always endeavour to contact the purchaser as far ahead of time as possible, and another day or time for your experience will be arranged.
Participants must be at least 8 years old, and fall within the operating weight and height limits for each ride. Under-14s must be accompanied by an over-16 throughout the duration of the activity. You can find more details about this – plus all you need to know about suitable clothing, what to do with your belongings while you ride, and any health restrictions – on the Hangloose website terms and conditions page.
Participants will be provided with terms and conditions on arrival, and will need to fill in a disclaimer on the day of their visit.