Treetop Trekking is the original and leader in tree top challenge game parks in Ontario . Equipped with a safety harness and a helmet you will explore a series of obstacle courses leading from tree to tree high above the ground. Our courses are made up of zip lines, Tarzan swings, balance logs, bridges and other unique and exciting games. Courses are at various heights and range in difficulty from beginner to expert so there is truly something for just about everyone. Remember though, Treetop Trekking offers much more than just tree top challenge game tours!
The tree top challenge game tours are our specialty, but the fun doesn’t stop there! We offer a wide range of activities for the whole family.
For more information on all of our activities, please visit the Activity section of this site.
Yes, we do require reservations. Although we do accept walk ups when our schedule allows, we schedule our staff based on reservations, and also have a limited number of harnesses and helmets and need to ensure we have equipment for you. If you do not have a reservation we can not guarantee that we can accommodate you when you arrive.
You can make your reservation by calling by calling the park you wish to visit. We will be happy to answer all your questions and to book your reservation for you. Note – for groups of less than 20 people, payment in full is required at the time of booking.
Our tree top challenge game tours are about 3-hours in length. We do ask that you arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled start time to fill out your waiver and to get your equipment on. You will then complete a safety orientation where we will explain the rules of the park and show you how to safely use your equipment. The remaining time will be spent exploring the tree top/ zip line courses.
All of our locations accept kids as young as 9 years old (mimimum 55 inches in height). The older you are the more courses you will have access to.
You should wear comfortable athletic clothing suitable for the temperatures that day, and close-toed shoes like running or hiking shoes. Long hair should be tied back at all times. Please visit the Safety section of the website for more details on clothing and equipment.
All the necessary safety equipment will be provided for you. Aside from comfortable clothing and close-toed shoes, it is also a good idea to bring a water bottle and gloves.
All participants must fill out a Waiver before starting any activities. The Waiver will inform you of the potential physical and mental risks associated with the activities. You can either download and print the waiver from this website and fill it out before arriving, or obtain one once you arrive at the Treetop Trekking park.
Yes, a guide will give you a safety orientation where they will explain the rules of the park, show you how to safely use your equipment, and watch you complete an orientation course. Once you understand all the rules you can progress through the rest of the park at your own speed, under the watch of ground and aerial guides.
We climb rain or shine! We don’t let rain slow us down one bit, and Treetop Trekking is totally safe in the rain. The only time we won’t climb is if there is thunder and lightning, or really high winds. When this happens we close our courses until the bad weather has passed, and get everyone back up climbing as quickly as possible.
If high winds or thunderstorms persist and the Lead Guide decides that climbs can not resume, customers will be issued a rain check for the unused portion of the climb.
You can pay for your climb by cash, debit card, Visa or Mastercard. We also accept cheques for corporate or school groups.
For groups of less than 20 people we require payment in full at the time of booking. This is most often done by credit card over the phone. For groups of 20 people or more, we require a 50% deposit at the time of booking, with the balance due on the day of your visit.
Children 11 years and under must be accompanied by an adult while climbing. Participants aged 12 – 17 years old must have a parent or guardian on site when they are climbing, but the adult does not need to climb with them. Anyone under the age of 18 must have their waiver signed by a parent or guardian before they will be permitted to climb.
Yes, we will open any time of year for large groups. Our regular operating season is from mid-March to early November when weather permits.