A unique outdoor experience for those with an adventurous side has reopened for the season here in Hamilton.
Treetop Trekking, which has existing locations all over Ontario in spots like Barrie, Huntsville, Stouffville, Bramption, and Ganaraska has reopened its location in The Hammer for the year, bringing exciting activities such as zip-lining and aerial obstacles courses to the city.
— Ted Hudson (@TedHudson_) September 28, 2019
Located within Binbrook Conservation Area, Treetop Trekking’s main attraction is a 3-hour aerial course through the trees featuring suspended bridges, balance cables, net walkways, zip-lines, and much more.
Locals get strapped in to a harness and helmet, complete a safety orientation, then dive right on in and start exploring Treetop Trekking’s dynamic, challenging aerial course.
If that sounds a little too intense, there are other activities onsite including including a forest treasure hunt that uses a GPS unit and integrates fun riddles that help players earn points.
There are even activities just for the kids, including Treewalk Village, a massive treehouse with nets, hammocks, and wood bridges perfect for exploring.
There’s plenty more to do at this exciting outdoor adventure camp, so check out their website for all of the details and get ready to explore!
Lead image courtesy of @treetoptrekking