The season of outdoor adventures is back, and this treetop zipline has to be at the top of your bucket list. Treetop Trekking has a few locations around Ontario, and the closest ones to Toronto are opening for season on Saturday, April 1st.
Described as Ontario’s top-rated outdoor attraction, this park offers an “exhilarating adventure of ziplining, climbing, and swinging your way through the lush forest canopy,” according to the description.
You’ll be feeling like a kid again while you travel from tree to tree on suspended bridges, Tarzan swings, swinging logs, cable traverses, and of course, ziplines!
This experience will test your balance, strength, and courage, but don’t worry too much because it’s perfect for people of all skill levels.
You’ll be outfitted with a helmet and harness so you’ll be feeling safe and secure while you roam through the treetops.
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If you want to take your adventure to the next level, you can also participate in the Night Trek experience, which includes tree climbing and ziplining under the starry night sky.
You can also opt for the Sunset Canopy Walk, which offers views above Brampton’s Heart Lake from 60 feet above the forest floor.
Also offered at the Brampton park is the Blue Heron Zipline Tour, Red-Tailed Hawk Observation Course, Team Building Programs, and Forest Bathing.
The Brampton location opens for the season on April 1st, along with Stouffville, Barrie, Ganaraska, and Hamilton.
On May 1st, the location in 1000 Islands is set to open, followed by the Huntsville adventure park on May 13th.
So, get ready for the ultimate adventure this spring. And the best part is that you don’t have to venture outside of the GTA to find it!
Treetop Trekking Brampton
Where: 10818 Heart Lake Road, Brampton
When: Opens April 1st, 2023
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