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Treetop Hoppers

JOINING OUR NEW LAND FOR 2020, THE RAINFOREST

Located in our BRAND NEW land for 2020, your Rainforest expedition finishes with a climb above the canopy on Treetop Hoppers to get a glimpse of the wildlife that lives high above the jungle. But be careful, what goes up...

HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS

  • Minimum Height is 0.9m
  • Children under 1.1m must be accompanied by an adult aged 16+
  • No Maximum Height
  • Chest size limit of 51 inches

Ride Stats

LOCATION: THE RAINFOREST

RIDE TYPE: FROG HOPPER

  • For safety reasons, Rangers must be properly secured in the ride seat
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times
  • Rangers must be able to brace themselves against the force of the treetop hoppers and hold on tight
  • No eating, drinking or smoking
  • Not suitable for expectant mothers
  • Not suitable for Rangers with heart conditions, high blood pressure, broken limbs, back problems or neck problems
  • Rangers must remain seated at all times
  • Arms, legs and binoculars must be kept inside the hopper at all times
  • Loose articles are not permitted
  • Not permitted for those intoxicated by drink or drugs
  • No children on laps
  • Pushchairs are not permitted in the queue line
  • CCTV may be in use on this attraction for safety purposes
  • For disabled access, please contact a ride Attendant via the ride exit
  • This ride is suitable for ambulant and non-ambulant Rangers
  • Rangers with a cast above the knee are not permitted to ride

Treetop hoppers has been re-branded and opens MARCH 2020

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WORLD LAND TRUST

Joining 10 other real and mythical Lands at Chessington, the Rainforest is inspired by our support of international conservation charity, World Land Trust (WLT), which protects the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats acre-by- acre.

Our Conservation Fund has supported the WLT for the last eight years, saving an area of threatened rainforest in Ecuador double the size of the Resort and protecting it annually against poaching, illegal logging, mining and encroachment from farming, by funding ‘Keepers of the Wild’ (Rangers), to safeguard the area.