Tree-top adventure bloomed within Farragut State Park in Athol, Idaho, in May of 2018. It has since provided the already picturesque state park with the sights and sounds of families experiencing aerial obstacle adventures within its majestic forest.
Tree To Tree Idaho features more than 60 different obstacles within six color-coded courses that participants ages 6 and older must swing, jump, climb or zipline through.
“It’s 100 percent a family activity aimed for all ages and fitness levels,” says Manager Tom Brennan.
The series of courses become progressively more challenging and vary in heights of 10 to 60 feet above the ground. After completing a course, climbers can choose to proceed to the next course or end their adventure. Each guest is equipped with a safety harness before being led on a 15- to 20-minute guided instructional course. Expect to spend two to three exhilarating hours in the trees.
In addition to traditional adventure course elements, Tree To Tree Idaho fan favorites include an aerial skateboard, Tarzan swing and Tru Blu.
“Tru Blu is our signature element located on our most challenging course,” says Tom. Participants jump off the course’s last platform 50 feet above the ground into a small freefall before being caught by an auto-belay system that gently navigates them to the ground. “It’s a favorite of our adrenaline junkies,” he adds.
With adventure tourism a growing industry and parks like Tree To Tree becoming more popular, Dan Sullivan, operations manager, says, “What differentiates Tree To Tree Idaho is its home of Farragut State Park with its lush forest, mountain peaks and deep lakes. It’s truly magnificent.”
For more information on Tree To Tree Idaho, check out their website for specific course age and height requirements, frequently asked questions, seasonal hours and to reserve your adventure.
Tree to Tree Idaho
17545 E. Locust Grove Rd.