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Fun In A Quarry: Bounce Below, Soar Above

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The Llechwedd Slate Caverns located in Wales is the new home to one of the coolest, and most likely terrifying, adventure activities.  Bounce Below is the world’s first underground, trampoline park. 

To reach the playground, visitors must board a train which will take them deep into the caverns.  Once they arrive at their destination, an incredible display of lights and a collection of 3 trampolines will be waiting for them.  They have been set at varying heights; 20 foot, 60 foot and 180 foot levels which are connected by a series of stairways and slides.
Check out some images from the cavern:

The Bounce Below activities will last approximately an hour and will cost £20 (~$34). The trampolines open to the public on July 4, 2014
 
If you are an adrenaline junky but happen to be claustrophobic, don't fret.  Aboveground at the same location the company that runs Bounce Below also has a massive Zip Line attraction
 
When did quarries become so much fun?
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