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Canopy Tree Climbing at Deception Pass State Park

Highlights
  • Climb some of the tallest trees in the world
  • Feel like a bird amidst the tree tops
  • Swing through the open air, from branch to branch like a monkey
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Canopy Tree Climbing at Deception Pass State Park
From $149.00
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1pm DepartureMost Popular
Tour departs at 1pm at Deception Pass State Park. This is your opportunity to climb some of the tallest trees in the world to 150 - 250 feet high & experience unique perspectives few people have
$149.00
9:00am Departure
Tour departs at 9:00am at Deception Pass State Park. This is your opportunity to climb some of the tallest trees in the world to 150 - 250 feet high & experience unique perspectives few people have
$149.00
Overview
Seize the rare opportunity to climb some of the tallest trees in the world on this canopy tree-climbing adventure at Deception Pass State Park. This 4-hour, small-group outing offers the unique perspective of a monkey or bird, swinging through the open air, catching branches and climbing to breathtaking views. All necessary safety equipment is included.
What to Expect
Don’t deprive yourself of this amazing and unique experience. This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but you can.

This is a half day experience located at Deception Pass State Park. We climb on multiple trees, between 150 and +250 feet high. Depending on the group and the climbers' ability, you will ascend one or two trees.

Canopy climbing can be physically and mentally challenging for some. We suggest all participants bring snacks and water, besides, eating in trees is fun. Also wear athletic clothes and athletic shoes. All other equipment will be provided.

The canopy tree climbing experience is a progression. You will start first by receiving all of your equipment, followed by safety talks, learning about the equipment, learn how to use the equipment to climb and then start climbing! We keep it simple and easy to make sure you are having fun, learning and especially safe. Reservations Required.
  • 2-4 hour experience
  • No experience necessary
  • Must be 7 years of older
  • All safety equipment is provided
  • Located at Deception Pass State Park
  • People who are overweight or obese might experience difficulty climbing
Write a ReviewReviews (11)

1 - 5 of 10 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Don't miss this incredible opportunity

My family opted for a private tour and I would highly recommend it. Our guide, Matt, was patient, kind and inspired confidence in this intimidating activity. He took the time to be sure we all understood how the equipment worked and made sure we felt...More

Thank Paul F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great adventure, still very safe

After a rock climbing day with adventure terra (which was also great), we went for the tree climbing tour. At first the guide will gear you up and make sure, that everything is in the right place. Then you start with a "classroom Tree" before...More

Thank Alwa4711
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Unbelievable. Unforgettable.

This was an amazing experience. My husband and I had the most incredible time. We started with a short practice climb and then the two main trees about 200 feet up each. The first tree had sweeping views of deception pass and the bridge. The...More

Thank Michelle H
Reviewed July 5, 2018
WORTH EVERY PENNY!

I wanted to go climbing for about a year before I was able to justify the price. Man oh man was it worth the money. I wouldn't trade this experience for anything. It was such a unique and fun adventure. I am actually planning my...More

3  Thank Bradley W
Reviewed July 5, 2018
Incredible and Unique Experience

Adventure Terra guided us on an awesome extended family outing yesterday that no one will forget. Leo and Matt explained the climbing process in easy terms, expertly set everyone up with the correct gear, and guided us through a practice run prior to the big...More

2  Thank saylke
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