Treetop Trekking 1000 Islands
High-flying adventure for all ages.
During this adventure activity, you’ll make your way through the treetops as you take in incredible views from high above. There’s something for all ages and abilities.
Are you a night owl? You can even trek at night for added thrill.
What You’ll See
- Views of the beautiful 1000 Islands region
- Suspended bridges
- Swinging logs
- Forest canopies
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It’s time to climb.
- Sticking around for the summer? Grab season’s pass!
- The most up-to-date safety equipment is used, and helmets and harnesses are inspected and ashed between each use
- Every visit begins with a safety orientation
- Dress comfortably and for the weather. If you have long hair, tie it back.
- Bring drinks to stay hydrated and snacks for energy
- You’ll need closed-toe shoes. No sandals are allowed.
“Absolutely thrilling! Kids ages 14 and 10 loved it. A bit apprehensive at first but had a blast. Can't recommend this place enough. All about safety too so there were no worries. Nobody fell but if they did, you didn't work about falling fast. We did beginner and intermediate. Took a full three hours.”
“A great activity for height and nature lovers. The staff were so friendly, kind, patient, and helpful with everything. They encouraged me as well as helped me throughout the entire course. The scenery is so beautiful, on a hot day the trees give lots of shade which helps you stay nice and cool. Would definitely recommend checking this spot out!”
“The staff working at Treetop Trekking were so friendly and helpful when it came to any questions I had. The staff pointed out the courses and obstacles that would best suit me as a beginner. I had such a great time! Definitely would recommend it to anyone who loves nature and isn't afraid of a little height!”
Yes. Visit the website and click on “1000 Islands – Thousand Islands Parkway” to complete the waver.
Yes. Closed-toe shoes (think running shoes or hiking shoes) are required. If you are in sandals or Crocs, you’ll miss out on the fun, so come prepared!
Absolutely! In fact, it’s recommended that you bring plenty of both so you can stay hydrated and energized during your trekking adventure.
Yes. The start of each visit begins with a safety orientation. This is where guides make sure you are comfortable with how your safety equipment works, and show you how to travel safely through the aerial courses.