During this time, all of your participants MUST bring a face covering and will be asked to wear when in close contact with our staff. You will not be permitted on the course without a face covering.
All safety equipment including a full body harness.
PARTICIPANTS TO TAKE
Suitable clothes for the weather and securely fastened shoes that may get a little grubby. No skirts, high heels or flip-flops! Cameras can be brought along but must be securely attached on a lanyard before leaving the ground.
No experience necessary, just a basic level of fitness, reasonable mobility
AGE, HEIGHT & WEIGHT
Min age 8 years (min height 110cm). 12 year’s and under must be accompanied by an adult on the ground. Participants under 1.3m tall and the less brave will complete the Tree Creeper circuit twice instead of moving on to the Buzzard course. Those 1.3m or taller will move onto the Buzzard course after the Tree Creeper. Maximum weight 18st 12lbs (120kg) (262lbs).
Treezone. Please park at either the Triangle or Woodland car parks.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to session.
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.
1 – 1 1/2 hours depending on individual ability
£28 per adult, £21 per child (U18’s)
Family Ticket £84 (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!