Jumping for Joy

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On the 3rd of July, the world’s biggest underground trampoline park was opened in an old mining cavern in North Wales.

The cavern is 100ft deep and 60ft wide and is situated in a mountain, which visitors travel to by an old mine train.

The trampolines stretch across 10,000 square feet and are connected by slides, one which has a 60 foot (18 metres!) drop!

This awesome new attraction is known as Bounce Below and has the giant trampolines set at different heights so that jumpers of age can have fun.

The highest trampoline is for those who love a thrill, and is 180 feet (54 metres) off the ground!

Doesn’t this sound awesome!?

Article written by  D Mulhern

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