Tree-to-Tree Aerial Adventure Park

Courtesy of Tualatin Valley

A large patch of forest in Oregon’s Northern Willamette Valley has been converted to a playground for thrill seekers. There, people not only commune with the trees, but climb them, leap from them, zipline between them and walk from one to the other on aerial obstacle courses. Tree-to-Tree Aerial Adventure Park has been designed for all ages and skill levels, so everyone can feel comfortable during their adventure in the trees.

Adventurers embark on a self-guided obstacle course traveling from tree to tree using aerial trails of wobbly bridges, tightropes, balance beams, more than 14 zip lines and more, all set high in the trees. Safety is the number one concern, so adventurers are securely strapped in for the course.

The zipline includes an adrenaline-pumping 1,280-foot-long super zip. Zipliners enjoy breathtaking views of Hagg Lake, the surrounding forests and nearby mountains. An optional visit to the Monkey Grove lets courageous guests climb 40 feet straight up a tree. And the Tree Top Plunge let’s the more fearless leap off a 65-foot platform. The park even offers an Adventure Village gearedfor little adventurers, ages 2 to 8.

Guests can mix and match their adventures to get the experiences they want or purchase an All-Adventure Pass to experience every attraction in the park.

Book your adventure online at tree2treeadventurepark.com. Find out more about visiting the Tualatin Valley area, just outside Portland, at tualatinvalley.org.

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