Isle of Wight tree climbers Goodleaf Tree Climbing are back in Appley Park, Ryde this summer giving adults and children the chance to try out tree climbing in a unique seaside location.
Climbs take place on the hour every hour between 11:00 and 16:00 on Sunday 28th July and Sunday 1st September and there’s a prehistoric theme in keeping with the Isle of Wight’s 2013 transformation into Dinosaur Island for 2013.
Climbers will be able to measure their climbing height against a number of fearsome dinosaurs, starting off with the Oak Lizard (of course!) at 1.8m high. As they ‘scale’ the ropes, climbers will need to climb past all the dinosaurs to reach the Hornoraptor lurking 18m high in the canopy.
All climbers will receive a dinosaur sticker and a clawtastic choci-vore brownie from Say it With Brownies. If you make it to the top and reach the Hornoraptor you’ll receive a commemorative badge!
Climbs cost £12 per person and includes entry into the Goodleaf Vertical Marathon 2013. Climbers must be aged 10 and over
To book and for more information contact 0333 800 1188 or www.goodleaf.co.uk