A wild zig-zag of obstacles, bridges and zip lines between platforms high in the forest canopy.
Climb, clamber and conquer four wooded acres and over 60 platforms as bridges become less stable and rise up to fifty feet above the forest floor. Test your agility and strength as difficulty increases with each level from yellow to black. Each course is self-guided, allowing you to move at your own pace.
And if danger by daylight isn't enough of a thrill, try MoonTrek, the same course at night. In the dark. Lit only by strings of holiday lights.
TimberTrek guides act as life guards, so to speak, on the course. They can help with advice and getting you down if you're stuck.
We provide harnesses, helmets, gloves and instruction.
What to Bring
TimberTrek provides each participant with a harness, helmet and gloves. All participants must wear closed-toed shoes. Please wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely and is appropriate for the day's weather. Either shorts or pants are required (no skirts or dresses). You may bring your own gloves but they must have leather palms.
Where to Meet
TimberTrek check-in is at our Mill Creek Campus.
Requirements & Restrictions
- You must be at least 6 years old with sound body and mind capable of performing specific safety tasks independently.
- There are supervision and level restrictions on all courses for participants under 14 years old.
- The maximum weight allowed on TimberTrek is 260lbs/person.
- You must be able to fit in our harnesses.
- If you are pregnant or have certain disabilities that hinder you from being able to traverse the course, you will not be permitted to participate.
- You must be able to read and understand all instructions in English.
Though some age restrictions also apply, in general, the better shape you are in, the more courses you will be able to complete. The elements on our courses require some lower body strength and an increasing amount of upper body strength as you progress to the more difficult courses. There are elements with moving footholds, swings, ladders and crawling sections.
TimberTrek rules must be followed at all times to insure your safety. You will get specific training in using all safety equipment and permanently installed components of the park. Management reserves the right to ask anyone in breach of these rules to leave the Adventure Park.
We have staff positioned throughout the course to answer questions and provide assistance.
TimberTrek will be open April 1st through October 31. Reservations are highly recommended and minimum group sizes may apply. Our hours of operation vary by season but generally begin at 8 a.m. TimberTrek will operate rain or shine unless there is lightning, high winds or ice. In the event of a storm the park will close temporarily and reopen once the weather allows. Time spent on the ground due to inclement weather will not count against your purchase.
Most trips are 3 hours long, allowing you to take each obstacle at your own pace. You can take breaks in between, but if your time expires you will not be able to start another course. We have staff positioned throughout the course to answer questions and provide assistance.