To celebrate the first birthday of the world’s first parallel sky rails – a popular dinosaur themed adventure park is offering a prize of a Jurassic nature.
Predator High Ropes, included as part of the standard admission price, offers an exhilarating adventure – with many challenging elements including x2 sky rail’s for children and adults alike to experience.
And to celebrate one year since it first opened at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure in Lenwade, the park are giving away four diamond season tickets for the 40,000th guest to use the structure – which will happen at some point during the May Half Term week.
It comes as the park gear up to celebrate a bumper May Half Term (25th May – 2nd June), with themed activities and celebrations happening throughout the week.
Around the Predator High Ropes structure itself, there will be a whole range of colourful decorations and balloons to mark the occasion.
A themed birthday sponge cake will be made, with slices available to purchase from Dinomite Café. There will also be discounts on some ‘Predator’ themed retail products within the park’s gift shop.
Guests can also enjoy a ROARR-some free Predator High Ropes photograph if they purchase any Platinum or Diamond deal with the Events Photography Team.
Adam Goymour, park manager at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, said: “We are really pleased to be able to give something back to celebrate the first birthday of Predator High Ropes. A £1million investment to further provide fun and adventure for our guests in the park.
“At 34m long and with 3 lanes and 2 levels of difficulty, the structure has proved exceptionally popular with our guests over the past year – particularly for older children and the lower teenage market.
“We look forward to welcoming you throughout the week and seeing who the lucky winner is.”
Along with Predator High Ropes, guests can also enjoy Dippy’s Splash Zone, Dinosaur Trail, Secret Animal Garden, Dinomite Indoor Play and much more during the May Half Term break.
Predator High Ropes was opened in May 2018, as part of a £2m investment into the bottom area of the park – which also included a significant £1million upgrade to The Explorers Restaurant.
Guests over 100cm can enjoy the structure with an adult and guests over 120cm being able to explore it unaccompanied.