Redeemed January 19, 2016
Redeemed October 21, 2015
Redeemed October 17, 2015
What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- C$79.50 for a three-hour aerial ropes and Ziplining course for two at the Barrie location (C$135.58 value)
- C$79.50 for a three-hour aerial ropes and Ziplining course for two at the Ganaraska location (C$135.58 value)
- C$79.50 for a three-hour aerial ropes and Ziplining course for two at the Huntsville location (C$135.63 value)
During a 20-minute orientation, guides introduce visitors to their harnesses, helmets, and other gear. They teach them how to use this equipment on the course, and then set participants loose on the first beginner-level course. The guides judge visitors’ abilities before letting them move on to more challenging territory.
All visitors have a three-hour time limit to complete as much as they are able. Aerial courses consist of a collection of fun games such as wooden bridges, balance logs, Tarzan swings, cargo nets, and zip lines.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4/person, 2 gifts. Limit 1 voucher/tour. Valid only for option & location purchased. Reservation req'd. Closed toe shoes req'd. Must be 4' 7"-7' tall. 250lb max weight. Must be able to fit safety harness: 45" waist and 26" thighs. Must be 9 or older. Under 18 must have legal guardian signed waiver. All other treetop trekking rules and regulations apply. Ages 9-11 must have guardian/1 climbing adult for every 3 kid ratio. Ages 12-17 must have guardian present in 1 adult to 5 youth ratio. Not valid for Night Treks. Tax incl. Parks open on weekends & some weekdays based on availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Treetop Trekking
Chirping birds and the wind in the trees are the only sounds that break the silence at Treetop Trekking. Until a human flies screaming through the canopy, that is. Treetop Trekking's aerial-rope courses wind through the forest canopies, challenging visitors with levels of difficulty increasing from beginner to advanced. Guides begin each adventure with a brief equipment-and-technique orientation, and gradually clear visitors for more difficult runs based on their performance.
Once they're cleared for climbing, participants scramble across bridges made of swinging, suspended logs. They crawl across webs of cargo netting, and swing through monkey cables. Treetop Trekking Stouffville also includes the giant 650' long Monarch zip line. Guides help adventure-seekers navigate these treetop courses during regular day tours.