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Over 6500 people have played on nets in the trees near Windermere since tree top nets opened three weeks ago.
The nets have been handwoven by French artists, who are former fishermen.
They allow people to experience bring high up in the trees without a harness.
They're a bit like giant trampolines.
Owners of a new adventure playground has opened near Windermere say they want the Lake District to be known as the 'adventure capital of Britain'.
Richard Leafe from the Lake District National Park Authority spoke to ITV Border about the new playground:
A new adventure playground has opened near Windermere.
Tree Top Nets has brought the latest French technology to England. It's already been visited by 6,500 people.
The Park Authority has rejected local criticism of the bright colours, and the noise.