In the expansive grounds of Groombridge Place, a medieval manor house outside Tunbridge Wells, you can get a squirrel’s eye view of south-east England as you clamber along the UK’s longest and highest treetop walkway.
Along the way, you cover a distance of 350m, and reach a height of 18m above the forest floor.
Simon Calder tries out the new attraction.
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