Adventure company Bounce Below installed three giant trampolines inside the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. They are all safely suspended from the cave walls and ceilings, and offer vibrant LED lights illuminate the subterranean playground. These caverns were originally created to mine slate in the 18th and 19th Centuries, and were later used to hide precious art works from the Germans during World War II. Continue reading for an incredible video, more pictures and additional information.
All visitors are given special jumping safety gear, including overalls and helmets, before they hop on a train that takes them deep inside the mountain. Once you’re inside, there’s a 60-foot slide that leads right to one of the three trampolines.Each trampoline is suspended above the massive cavern at 20-foot, 60-foot and 180-foot depths.