Plas Power Adventure is a great place for a day out with the kids – so great, in fact, that it has been voted the top family attraction in and around Wrexham. Take a look on TripAdvisor if you don’t believe us!
There are a lot of different things to do here, starting off with the massive climbing wall. It’s one of the biggest slabs in the UK, offering up climbing experiences for people of all abilities, from complete newbies to rock-wall veterans.
There is also a great high ropes course, including a Jacob’s ladder, a leap of faith, and – best of all – a super speedy zip wire down again.
What else can you do? Well, you can go on a bush craft survival course, try your hand at a spot of archery, take a ride on some recumbent trikes, have a go at orienteering, or even struggle your way through an assault course!
And if that’s still not enough for you, then maybe their newest attraction will be more up your street. The Fly is a 300-foot zip wire that has you zooming close to the ground at high speeds… head first. What’s not to love?
Plas Power Adventure is situated just outside Wrexham. Take junction 4 from the A483, turn right and keep right onto Heritage Way. Plas Power will then be on your right after a short distance.
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