Zipit is nestled on a sloping site in the South Dublin Mountains at Tibradden Woods only minutes from the M50 and Dundrum Town Centre. Enjoy panoramic views of Dublin Bay and Howth from this beautiful pine forest.
Zipit Forest Adventures is an exciting day out for all the family or anyone looking for an exhilarating and challenging outdoor activity in a natural setting. This acclaimed High Ropes Course has 110 activities and over 650 metres of ziplines for you to enjoy. Climb high into the treetops, swing into cargo nets, surf with a difference or try cycling a bike over a narrow treetop bridge before zipping down one of the many ziplines.
Qualified instructors will give you a safety briefing to explain the features of the course and equipment. You have a maximum of three hours, enough time to complete at least three circuits. The five circuits are suitable for different heights, ages and abilities and if you need any help or encouragement the instructors are never far away.
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Telephone 051-858 008
Feb to Nov: (availability shown online)
May to August: Open 7 days a week
Open School mid-term breaks, Easter and B/hols
Closed Dec & Jan
See website for full opening hours and to book online @ www.zipit.ie
Admission Rates 2020
Adult (15yrs+): €35.00
Child (12–14yrs): €30.00
Child (9–11yrs): €25.00
Child (7–8yrs): €15.00
Group discounts available. Min. Height Restriction 1 metre. Min age 7yrs
Higher rates on arrival if not pre-booked and availability is not guaranteed.
Dining/Refreshments: Picnic areas
Parking: Free coach and car parking
Trails: Moderate walking trails
Exit M50 at Junction 12, take R133 towards Ballyboden, at 3rd roundabout turn right onto R116 signposted Glencullen in 4.5 km the R116 turns sharp left 200m after this the entrance is on the left
Tibradden Wood, Dublin 16, Ireland
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