Bounce Below Cave Trampolines in Wales

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Sean Taylor already had a hit on his hands with Zip World Titan, the world’s longest zip line, and he’s decided to try his luck on another adventure tourist destination in Bounce Belo – the world’s largest underground trampoline.

In what appears to be another success, Bounce Below is a series of suspended trampolines set up inside Llechwedd Slate Caverns, within the mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog. Thrill seekers will take a train to travel through the mountain, bringing them to a collection of 3 trampolines that have been interconnected by stairways and slides – the biggest of which is a 60 foot slide that just adds to the already awesome experience. The former slate mine is being illuminated by plenty of black, purple and green fluorescent lights, providing a club-like environment deep within the mountains. Bounce Below is slated to open in just a few weeks on July 3rd.

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