Lava Lump

Nearby the famous corkscrews a pillar of 'rock' stood tall with a pterodactyl nest on top, challenging intrepid climbers to make ascend to become Top of the Rocks.

When Ug Land opened in 1999 it brought to the park a whole host of prehistoric sideshows, including Lava Lump, a pay per play climbing wall aimed at younger members of the family.

In late 2004, the centre of Ug Land cleared of attractions to make way for Rita and for a time it looked like the Lava Lump was for the chop. However, in 2006 the attraction returned, minus the egg on top, at the entrance to Forbidden Valley. In its new location the climbing wall operated for several more years, along with a set of trampolines, until 2011 when the site was cleared to make way for Nemesis Sub-Terra.

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