Fall Events and New Elements
Fall is one of my favorite times to get into the trees and explore. The brisk air and bright foliage, along with slower pace in the area makes Fall in the Green Mountains an opportune time to visit and play.
This Fall, we will be expanding the Treetop Obstacle Course and Climbing Adventure to provide new opportunities and adventures for all ages. The Climbing Adventure will receive 6 new elements including:
>Block Climbing (blue): Leap frog your way to the top
>Incline Wall (black): A steeper and more challenging version of our favorite Swiss Cheese Wall (green)
>Campus Climb (black): A training climb for future Ninja Warriors certain to give the forearms a pump
>Giant's Ladder (blue): A test for individuals or couples, the hanging ladder starts with rungs close and then gets harder as you climb higher
The last two elements are in the production stage, but will be kept a secret until completed, so keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates throughout the fall.
The Back 40 will see the development of a new low blue course. The course will have its own entrance and wrap in and out of the existing low course, providing those who start on the current low course an opportunity to up the challenge, or for those who are fatiguing on the new course, an opportunity to escape back to green runs. The new low course will include 11 new elements.
Additionally, we will be expanding the upper course area with one new double black diamond element and three new black elements. Based on the popularity of The Eliminator (our first double black diamond), the new double black diamond element, named Monkey See, Monkey Doo Doo, will require participants to cross 16' of monkey bars, rest, and then swing 45 feet to freedom. Other elements will include a helix bridge, zip swing, and high vine traverse.
Once the expansion is complete, the Treetop Obstacle Course and Climbing Adventure will include nearly 100 elements. During the Fall season, the Treetop Obstacle Course and Climbing Adventure will be open on weekends for pay-to-play bookings, and through the week for groups of 16 or more. The zip line canopy tour will remain open all fall, seven days a week. We do require 4 participants to run a tour and tours are conducted daily at 9, 12, and 3:15 so make sure you book in advance. Additional departures will be available during peak leaf peeping periods or as needed.
School groups and community groups, take your team to the next level with one of our adventure-based team building sessions, available daily by advance reservation. To book a group adventure or schedule for the fall, call (802) 644-9300.