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All reviews afraid of heights upper body strength zip lining wearing gloves a lot of fun great workout decent shape amazing adventure great activity great safety safety conscience adrenalin junkies team building experience sense of accomplishment obstacle course staff were excellent huge difference
It took some extensive planning on our part to make this trip of the summer happen for our son. He had been waiting all summer and it was after Labour Day before we could make this happen for him. We checked the attraction website several...More
We arrived 15 minutes early as per the email, there is a trailer where you sign waivers and get fitted for gear.
We knocked on the door only to have a very rude man start screaming at us, telling us we were disrupting his day...More
Came to Moncton August/sept 2018 and wanted to take my son (15) and his best friend on a “cool” adventure. I heard about treego a few years ago so we decided to give it a shot.
What an amazing amazing adventure.
Did I mention it...More
Was a great outing - had a blast with my two boys (10 and 14)....loads of challenges to keep it interesting and tons of fun (plus it provides for a great workout😉). Loved our afternoon up in the trees !!
Very poor customer service. Guide was unsure of information on website and prices. Guide was unfriendly and didn’t give any indication that he liked his job or people.
Too many instructions. An overload of information that was overwhelming and too much to remember. Watched an...More
Fun and challenging way to spend the afternoon. Brought my teenage son and we did 3 courses together, and I sent him off to do the 4th on his own as I was tired after crossing obstacles and climbing trees for 2 hours. Gloves would...More
The 4 different sections are not easy in the recent heat but still quite fun. Staff are great and helpful. I recommend wearing gloves and bring lots of water in a bottle that can be clipped to your harness. They will provide a carabiner to...More