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The Llechwedd Cave in the quarry town of Brenner Festin […]
The Llechwedd Cave in the quarry town of Brenner Festiniog in North Wales, England, is being transformed into the world's largest underground trampoline and will open on July 3.
According to the British "Daily Mail" reported on June 16, the Llechwedd cave in the quarry town of Blaenau Ffestiniog in North Wales, England, is being transformed into the world's largest underground trampoline. It will open on July 3rd and become a new attraction for tourists.
This trampoline world is part of Zip World, the North Wales outdoor activity center, where staff install three sets of trampolines in two large underground caves of the size of St. Paul's Church. These trampolines are connected by a 18-meter-long slide chain with dazzling lanterns. So far, the renovation project has cost 1 million pounds (about 10.57 million yuan).
Sean Taylor, owner of Zip World, said: "My business partner had seen a huge trampoline in the French jungle, but never had an underground cavern, so we built the first underground trampoline in Wales. world."
Taylor also said: "Visitors will wear a full set of cotton equipment and helmets, take the train into the mountains, and play a trampoline for an hour. These three trampolines have a 3 meter high mesh wall that can prevent people from climbing out. Each trampoline There are slide chains underneath, and there are sidewalks up."
Workers must use hand-held lighting to illuminate them and they have removed about 500 tons of gravel from the cave. Business development manager Laura Jones said: "The first trampoline is more than 6 meters above the ground, the second is 18 meters above the ground, and the third is nearly 60 meters high. Each trampoline has about 18 meters wide, tested to withstand huge weight."