Zip Lining and Rope Swings in County Cork
Zip Lining and Rope Swings in County Cork

Zip Lining and Rope Swings in County Cork

Calling all thrill-seekers, it’s time to climb on down to a world of fun at Zipit in County Cork. Built within a forest, Zipit’s fun-packed circuits include zip lines, swinging logs, cargo nets and rope bridges. All activities are colour-coordinated and get progressively harder, with green being the easiest, orange, white, blue and red being the hardest.

Where can I go on zip lines and high ropes in County Cork?

Zipit Farran Park is located in Farran Forest Park on the southern shore of Inniscarra Lake and is one of Ireland's biggest outdoor high rope activity parks.

Farran Forest Park has ample car parking, toilets, and a playground. Other notable features include a wildlife enclosure and a large duck pond. The wildlife enclosure holds a small herd of red and fallow deer which can easily be viewed from the way-marked Enclosure Trail that skirts the boundary fence. An old shooting lodge adjacent to the wildlife enclosure has been converted into a woodland ecology display centre. Both adult and kids climbing and zipping experiences are available making this a fun day out for all the family.

  • Zipit Farran Park is only 20 minutes from Cork City
  • Minimum age requirement of 7 years old
  • Prices range from €15 – €35 depending on age and number of circuits
  • Group and school bookings available
  • Opening times are from 9 am until 6 pm depending on the time of year
  • Children under 18 years old must be supervised by an adult
  • Located just 30 minutes outside of Cork
  • 5 circuits from 1 – 20m high.
  • Duration 3 hours including safety briefing
  • Birthday, corporate, team building, and school trips bundles are all available

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