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Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course

35 Westwood Forest Lane
518-494-7200

About Us

Fun for Everyone

Our Aerial Tree Top Adventure course is an elevated obstacle course set in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains and securely suspended between the trees at 10 to 60 feet off the ground.

Some of the features of course include giant Tyrolean Zip lines, suspended bridges, swinging surprises, Tarzan swings, nets and much, much more.

Come on your own or bring your group, party or an event. Take a journey and explore the outdoors like you never have before.

Safety

TreeGo offers the best equipment in its class and sets the standard for quality aerial adventure products and customer experience.

Each participant is given a safety demonstration by trained instructors before beginning the course. We want all of our visitors to have the most enjoyable experience imaginable, and that means providing you with the security of expertly engineered structures, quality materials and construction by TreeGo, along with continuous inspections of our equipment and our trees.

Safety is our first priority.



Reviews

Sharad Patel

Rating:
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Really fun place! We did 4 courses for $45. It took us around 2.5/3 hours. You can do more courses, but our hands got tired after 4. Highly recommend to use gloves. They provide it here. The guides are really helpful.

Bryan Flowers

Rating:
Sunday, July 8, 2018
The lazy river trip we took this week was fantastic. It was an incredibly hot day with the RealFeel at over 102. The bus ride was a bit bumpy but once we got out of the water it was heaven. Jordan and Mike took incredibly good care of us, making sure my parents were able to keep up. They got everyone out during a brief thunderstorm and sheltered, before moving us back on track. I was really impressed with these two guides because they were very patient with some incredibly abusive patrons. Mike mentioned that he had only been a guide for a month and it seemed like he had been helping out on the river for years. The trip was relaxing for our group of 7 and we are planning on going back again. I highly recommend the blue tube upgrade with backrest and cup holder. You're also better off bringing your own cooler and using one of their cooler carriers. Depending on how big a group you, have it might make your trip more enjoyable to bring a 20 or 30 foot loop of heavy cord to keep your group together.

Eric Shaw

Rating:
Monday, July 23, 2018
This place is great. The facilities and equipment are well maintained. All of the staff we encountered were incredibly polite and professional. We made it through the first five courses and has an awesome time. Loved the variation in obstacles and lengths of ziplines and paths. I 100% recommend coming here to kill a few hours.

Laura Russo

Rating:
Friday, July 13, 2018
Awesome day! Very challenging, lots of fun for all levels. Bring a lunch and enjoy a break in between zones. Wear gloves for extra grip. Non climbers can walk/ take pictures under most of the zones. Very friendly staff.

Nick Ligon

Rating:
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Had a really fun time. Completed all 6 courses. Not as challenging as other courses in the area but certainly a good workout. The elements are fun to navigate and there are a good amount of zip lines to keep things varied. A few negative things I found were the clipping in mechanisms on the harness. They are literally two carabiner clips that take next to no force to open. While climbers are instructed keep the open ends clipped in facing opposite directions, there are better locking mechanisms out there in which only one carabiner clip is unlocked at a time. The other negative was the extremely long wait time. 80% of the people we encountered today were either foreign people that didn't speak much English and grasp the park rules or folks that overestimated their skill/physical ability to complete elements. Over all though I want to say that this was a very fun time and well worth the money. The staff were all pleasant and helpful. Would definitely recommend.

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