Tree Surfers

Become a tree surfer at Tree Surfers!

Challenge your balance and co-ordination on our adrenaline-fuelled, Tree Surfers high ropes adventure course. You’ll climb 50 feet up into the woodland canopy and then weave through the trees on our specially designed trail with a variety of wobbling walkways, foot wires and treetop challenges that will take approximately 1 hour to complete.

When you come back down to earth  you’ll be on a natural high. Your journey is guaranteed to be a challenge, but you’ll always be linked up to a harness for safety. And will receive a full safety briefing before you leave the ground.

Your high ropes adventure will take around 1 hour to complete, so please make sure you allow yourself enough time, especially if you’re planning to challenge yourself with another activity.

Returning customers – please note this activity has changed, the length of time on this activity has reduced which is reflected in the price. If you’re still looking for that extra challenge why not book the Big Zip too?


Child: £18  (12 years to 17 years old)

Adult: £18

Who can take part?

Tree Surfing is a great family activity. All the activities at Tree Surfers are physical and require you to hold on to ropes and cables. There is no upper age limit.

The minimum height is 1.5m and minimum age is 12 years old (If a child under 12 years old is tall enough – 1.5m tall, they can tackle the course if accompanied by an adult)

There is a weight limit of 18 stone or 115 kgs.

What do I wear?

You will need to wear trainers, walking boots or similar shoes as with most adventure activities. Open toe sandals, flip flops or any kind of slip on or loose shoe are not suitable. This is an outside activity so you will need to wear clothing suitable for the weather on the day you come.


Pre-booking is essential. Please go to the online booking page to choose your day and time for the ropes course.

If you are a group of more than 10 please call us at the office on 01822 833409 to arrange your booking.

Tree Surfing in the Tamar Valley