Zip wires, balance beams, hanging platforms, tight-ropes, scramble nets, white knuckle bridges & tree to tree zip wires, set in the awesome Caledonia forest in the Cairngorms National Park - an unforgettable high ropes activity for your day out!

Age restrictions apply. For further information please scroll down for Description, Need to Know and Rates & Dates.


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  • A round of TreeZone Loch Lomond will typically take between 1 to 1.5 hours to complete.

    It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that all participants are:

    – At least 8 years old. Under 12 year olds must have an adult on site for the duration of the session.
    – At least 1.1m tall (those under 1.3m will be restricted to the TreeCreeper Course).
    – Less than 18st 12lb (120kg).

    The Treezone Courses

    The Treecreeper Course

    Everyone starts at the TreeZone Fortress venturing out onto The TreeCreeper first, negotiating obstacles up to five metres off the ground. This course is suitable for those aged at least eight years old and 1.1m tall. No previous experience is required.

    For those under 1.3m tall, they can have another shot on the TreeCreeper Course, while the bigger and braver amongst you can graduate to the Buzzard Course.

    The Aviemore Treecreeper

    No. of obstacles:11
    Total length:105 metres
    Longest crossing:19 metres
    Shortest crossing:3 metres
    Highest point:4 metres
    Lowest platform:3 metres
    Longest zipwire:
    19 metres

    The Buzzard Course

    The Buzzard is the TreeCreeper’s big bad brother and rising to an airy fifteen metres high, and will test your bravery as well as your ability.

    Bigger spans, wobblier bridges, wider gaps and a hanging zip wire will all challenge you as you climb steadily higher. With names like the Pogo Sticks, Pig Tails, Church Organ and Skipping Ropes don’t let the Buzzard’s defences lull you into a false sense of security. As you climb onwards and upwards, the tests get meaner until you’re just one tightrope walk away from the Buzzard’s Nest.

    But that’s not all! The best way back down to the ground is via the exhilarating Buzzard Zip Wire.

    …and the Aviemore Buzzard

    Number of obstacles:21
    Total length: 235 metres
    Longest crossing: 31 metres
    Shortest crossing: 4 metres
    Highest point: 14 metres
    Lowest platform: 3 metres
    Longest zipwire:100 metres
    Fastest Speed:… yet to be set!!

    Need to know more? See our 'frequently asked questions' webpage: or get in touch.

    Gift Vouchers for this activity are available here

    Please ensure you read the following before your arrival

    You must arrive 10 minutes before your chosen session starts (regardless of traffic), and that no refund will be issued if you miss your session;

    All participants must be at least 8 years old for insurance purposes;

    All participants must be at least 1.1m tall (those under 1.3m will be restricted to the TreeCreeper Course).

    All participants must weigh less than 120kg including clothing;

    Length of sessions vary hugely depending on the ability of the individual, and how busy the course may be on the day. We cannot guarantee that anyone will be finished within a certain time frame;

    We reserve the right to remove any participant from the course and not issue a refund for dangerous, disruptive, or abusive behaviour (towards staff or other members of the public).

    What shall I wear?

    Dress for a couple of hours in the great outdoors and be aware that the weather can change pretty quickly. You will be wearing a harness and wobbling about above lots of spectators so skirts, kilts, dresses and swimwear are not appropriate.

    Trainers or walking boots are the best bet for your feet. Sandals, flip-flops, high heels or barefoot are not suitable.

    We recommend tying long hair back and removing jewellery before arriving.

    Can I take my camera?

    Cameras can be taken with you as long as they are secure so you cannot drop them from the course (we don't want them to break, or perhaps land on someone's head!).

    Other items should be stored safely in a zipped pocket or left in the car or with a spectator. We do not accept responsibility for your belongings while you are here.

    Where do I meet?

    The Treezone Cabin, Rothiemurchus, Aviemore, P22 1QH (This what3words address refers to a 3 metre square location. Tap the link or enter the 3 words into the free what3words app to find it).

    Where do I park for Treezone?

    Park in the Woodland car park and walk across the road to the Treezone cabin. See here for exact directions to the car parking:

    Need to get in touch on the day? Call our cabin 01479 811426.

    If you need to change your booking or to cancel, we do require 24 hours notice in order for you to receive a full refund.

    Please note that if you are booked under our Groups Terms & Conditions which would have been issued to you during the enquiry stage, these supersede the aforementioned T's & C's.


    1 – 1 1/2 hours depending on individual ability


    £37 per adult, £30 per child (U18’s)

    Family Ticket £110 (2 Adults, 2 Children (U18’s) or 1 Adult, 3 Children (U18’s)


    All year activity


    TreeZone instructors are selected for their enthusiasm and love of all things outdoors. They enjoy nothing more than swinging through the trees to help give you the most wonderful memories of your treetop adventure.


    All TreeZone instructors are qualified by either passing the European Ropes Course Association (ERCA) Instructor qualification or by completing a rigorous in house induction, training and assessment process. Many of our instructors have also gone on to pass the ERCA Rescuer qualification.


    TreeZone is a full member of the European Ropes Course Association and has earned Visit Scotland’s 5 Star Activity Provider Award in recognition of an excellent standard of facilities and services. Even the red squirrels approve and can regularly been seen checking out the humans’ efforts at jumping from tree to tree!


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