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We gets lots of questions about in-ground trampoline installations. So we decided to post this helpful video from DIY's "I hate my yard" show. The crew dig up the hole for the in-ground trampoline, and also lay down the Rubber Mulch to cover the outside rim of the trampoline for added safety. The show's host, Sara Bendrick, is also pretty easy on the eyes.
Awhile back we covered a phenomenon in a small Scottish suburb with the highest ratio of trampolines to residents. Well, we have now come across another amazing trampoline story hailing from Northern Wales. Apparently, jumping on trampolines is very popular all over the United Kingdom because the largest underground trampoline is located at Llechwedd Slate Caverns near the mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.
The giant trampoline park aptly dubbed Bounce Below at Zip World Titan features three giant trampolines deep inside an old mining cavern that is the latest attraction drawing tourists to Northern Wales.
Bounce Below opened July 4 and has been a visitor favorite at the park. It's the "world's first subterranean playground of its kind," reads the web site. "These huge trampoline like nets are hung within two vast chambers at varying levels, linked together by walkways and slides, the biggest of which is a 60 foot slide. To add to the already awesome experience, the cavern is lit up with a Technicolor light display that illuminates the cavern with vibrant colors showing off the remains of the Victorian Slate Mine."
Cost of admission is about $25.
Zip World Titan was already the home to the Titan, the "largest zip zone in the world." We hope that other vacant mines and caverns around the world will be converted and used for trampoline fun.
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