Inside the little-known UK adventure park with epic trampolines that’s inside a huge CAVE | The Sun

WHAT is better than trampolining? How about trampolining in a cave?

If you are looking for a way to entertain the kids this summer, you may wish to head to Bounce Below in North Wales.

The adventure centre has six trampoline-style nets that are connected by slides measuring up to 60ft long.

And the surroundings are certainly impressive, with the nets being suspended inside a "subterranean wonderland" that is twice the size of St Paul Cathedral.

Bounce Below is located deep inside a slate quarry and guests are transported inside via a train.

Guests must be one metre to take part in the activity, and those under the age of 13 require a participating adult.

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Once inside, you get one hour to bounce to your heart’s content.

The website says: “Unleash your inner-thrill seeker in our enormous underground net adventure! 

“Jump, bounce and slide your way through this disused mine on the best playground ever!

“Zip World Llechwedd's Bounce Below is a unique experience, which allows you to escape into a world of hidden adventure. 

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“So, whether you’re a big kid looking for an hour of the most fun you’ll ever have on a net or if you have little kids of your own looking to have a blast, you’ll love Bounce Below!”

Bounce Below costs from £25 and is located in Blaenau Ffestiniog, which is around two hours from Manchester.

If bouncing isn’t your thing, Zip World offers a whole host of activities, including the world's fastest zip wire, Velocity, and Quarry Karting.

Speaking about Bounce Below, Zip World owner Sean Taylor told the Daily Post: "We got the idea when my business partner saw this done in woods in France but this has never been done in a cavern, this really is a world first in Wales.

“It's a one hour activity where customers get dressed up in a cotton overall and given a helmet, they then jump on a train and travel inside the mountain.

“There are three giant trampolines with three metre net walls to stop people climbing out.

“Each is linked by a slide to go down and a walkway to go up – the biggest slide is 60ft.”

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