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The information below will hopefully answer any questions you may have, so that you come fully prepared for your TreeTop Adventure!
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On the day of your trip please bring the following:
As your bus(es) are leaving your site, please text us the following information.
In most cases, the staff member who is checking in your group on the day of the trip will have sent your trip planner the best phone number to text on the day of your trip.
If you cannot locate the phone number in the check-in email from us, please text the following information to 617-759-2660 and we will forward it to the appropriate supervisor. This information will help us anticipate your group’s arrival and get your group onto the course as quickly as possible!
It is important that you use the appropriate drop-off location so that we can get your group started as quickly as possible. On days when we have multiple camps or school groups, this extra check-in communication helps us efficiently organize group arrivals and maximize your group’s time in the trees.
If you are unsure which drop-off location to direct your buses, please have your bus captain/trip planner text: 617-759-2660 and we will confirm your drop off location.
TreeTop Adventures is located on the campus of the Irish Cultural Centre at 200 New Boston Drive, Canton, MA.
Your GPS will take you through an industrial park and under the green arches of the Irish Cultural Centre. The first parking lot to your left is reserved for TreeTop Adventures Guests. Please park in this lot, not in the lot designated for the Irish Cultural Centre.
Closed-toed shoes – Sneakers are great! NO sandals, flip flops, ballet flats, Crocs, or similar type shoes.
Comfortable clothing – Nothing too baggy that might get caught in your gear. Dress for the weather! Wear layers in case you get hot/cold. TreeTop Adventures will remain open in light rain, so if the forecast calls for showers, bring a raincoat.
Long hair needs to be tied back.
No loose jewelry – all jewelry should be taken off while climbing to ensure nothing gets caught in your equipment or lost.
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We have 10 trails spanning 4 levels of difficulty: Yellow (beginner), Green (intermediate), Blue (advanced), Black (expert).
Climbers have access to a specific number of trails based on their age. Climbers will be able to access some trails independently with an adult supervising from the ground, while other trails are considered “reach trails”, and require a chaperone to climb with the younger climber (1 adult : 3 youth).
Please see our Trail Guidelines Chart to see the trails available to each age group.
(Example: a climber age 7-9, will be able to climb our 3 yellow trails independently with a chaperone supervising from the ground. If the child would like to climb on a green, intermediate trail, the child will need to climb with a chaperone.)
Based on when your group needs to leave the park, our staff will begin to close trails in order to allow climbers enough time to complete the trails they are on.
Five of our trails (Black, both Blue trails, and two Green Trails) will be closed to your group 40 minutes before you need to leave the park, in order to allow students/campers enough time to complete those more difficult trails before your group needs to leave.
The most up-to-date invoice for your reservation can be found by clicking the “View/Manage Reservation” link in your confirmation email and selecting the “Payments” tab.
Many licensed camps and other programs ask for the following documents: