Redwoods Treewalk

Rotorua
All year round

Extraordinary by day, mesmerising by night.

Walk high among the giant redwoods trees. Feel the spirit of Rotorua’s iconic Redwood Forest from above and up close amongst these 120-year-old giant trees. This suspended 30-minute ecological walk provides a unique bird’s eye perspective of the forest, capturing its picturesque beauty and ambiance, which is even more stunning in wet weather. Learn about the history of this iconic forest, its Californian redwood giants, the iwi and the whenua.

Enjoy at your own pace either individually, or as a group, with no safety harness or training required. Appreciate the peacefulness and spirit of this special forest and leave feeling inspired, refreshed and rejuvenated. For thrillseekers, the Redwoods Altitude is a separate offering from the main Treewalk and offers a guided experience, up to 25 metres high – 7 metres higher than the existing Treewalk. While harnessed in, one of the guides will lead you on a journey through the redwood canopy, negotiating suspension bridges and ziplines, whilst sharing the history of the Redwoods forest, local bird species and Māori legend.

Cost?

Yes

For more info visit:

Redwoods Treewalk

Address

1 Long Mile Road/Tītokorangi Drive (access off Tarawera Road)
Whakarewarewa
Rotorua

Contact

https://www.treewalk.co.nz/contact-us/

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