Ready to explore new heights this summer? The tallest treehouse in BC happens to be located in an ‘Enchanted Forest’ nestled between Sicamous and Revelstoke, and it’s definitely worth checking out.

Created by artists Doris and Ernest Needham over 60 years ago, the Enchanted Forest embraces a love of nature, with a carefully constructed treehouse, granite castle, “Candy Cane” house, and 350 handcrafted fairy tale figurines and structures for visitors of all ages to explore.

With 40 acres of transformed forest to explore, the couple cleared the trails by hand, making the already beautiful old-growth forest more accessible.

So if you’re ready to step into an immersive experience filled with whimsy, it might be time to unleash your inner child at the Enchanted Forest and adjacent SkyTrek Adventure Park – a giant treetop obstacle course.

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The family-friendly attraction is now open seven days a week from 9 am to 5 pm, with admission priced at $14 per adult and $9 per child.

So there you have it, explorers! Have you experienced the magic of the tallest treehouse in BC yet?

The Enchanted Forest 

When: Now open 24/7
Where: 7060 Trans Canada Highway
Cost: $14 per adult, $9 per child