Adventure Forest

All year round

High thrill, challenge and family fun

A unique set of 12 circuits rigged high up in the trees, totaling more than 1800 meters of obstacles and 30 zip-lines. In addition to the usual flying foxes and tight rope walks, you’ll discover all sorts of bridges, net traverses, rope swings and more. Be ready to ride a skate-board or a bike up the trees, climb like a pirate and swing Tarzan-style! The first 4 courses are specifically designed for young children (aged over 6), while the remaining 8 circuits allow you to challenge your balance at your level, no matter if you are a tree-hugger or a dare-devil!

On arrival, the staff will provide the safety gear you need and show you the ropes on a practice course. After this safety briefing, you’ll be allowed to progress along the different circuits. This is not a guided tour; you will not be stuck with the same group for the day! You’re free to live your own adventure with your friends and progress at the rhythm you choose. The continuous lifeline system enables each participant to go safely on their own, at their pace, up the trees. Bookings essential.



For more info visit:

Adventure Forest


160 Maruata Rd
Glenbervie Forest


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