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Treetop Quest Philly

Philadelphia, PA, USA
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About Treetop Quest Philly
Treetop Quest’s Aerial Adventure park will challenge you physically and mentally as you maneuver from tree to tree through obstacles and zip lines. It is entirely self-guided! Once you’re equipped, we’ll teach you how to operate your equipment and you’ll be able to swing through each course as many times as you want for 2.5 hours.
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Lisa L wrote a review Oct 4
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Went at 1:30 on a Friday in early October COVID: Very few people were there in this timeslot (my kids had an in service day). They ask you to wear masks when on the ground. I would qualify it as very low risk/exposure. However, I understand they are very booked on the weekends. Likes: They recommend you start at their easiest level and work your way up to the highest (levels are 1, 2a, 2b, 3, 4, and extended 4 challenge). We found it fun, and just the right challenge. DO NOT do the extended challenge unless you work upper body 4x/week. The safety system is idiot proof - no way to mess it up. And each zip line had a cushioned landing - no need to apply any brake. Overall - fun time. I think I like the Norristown zoo one a smidge better as you go out and over the whole facility, and some longer zip lines. Treetop quest basically layers their course - the more challenging items are higher with some trees having 3 levels. I also did not like that between each level you were on the ground walking to the next. Overall - recommend
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Erica J. wrote a review Aug 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania1 contribution
What a work out! I loved the life-defying, gasp for life feeling I had in each step I took forward on the different levels to get to another piece of life. It was awesome! I wish I could afford to go at least every two weeks. There's so many things this park opens your mind to. It left me wanting to go back at least 5 times this year.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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frugalm0m wrote a review Aug 2020
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania206 contributions52 helpful votes
Our group of 4 (ages 57, 22, 20 and 14) had a wonderful time. Most of us had never done a ropes course or ziplining before and we loved it. During the orientation, the staff provided clear instructions on the equipment and the course. There are 4 separate courses, so various groups could spread out and thus we had a course nearly to ourselves. The courses range in difficulty. Other than "the Extension," all the courses are quite manageable and lots of fun. (We are generally fit and not fearful of heights.) At the end of course #4, our group eagerly accepted the challenge of the Extension; it is by far the hardest path, and it wiped us out (but we still loved doing it). We used the full 2-1/2 hours to do everything. Staff is very attentive and helpful -- they will come up to help you out if you ask, so don't be reluctant to do so. Bring a backpack with water, which you can leave below and collect as needed. Don't forget to wear sneakers and sturdy gloves (they won't let you on the course without them). Have a great time!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nick from Philly wrote a review Jul 2020
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We made reservations for 9:30am and got there on time and they said we have to get there early for a mandatory 15 minute class. Our family was sent home after paying months in advance and driving 30 minutes. All subsequent available spots were also taken for the day. We were not offered a refund but had to reschedule for another date. The reservation email is in unclear regarding this policy. This place is WAY too expensive to have this inferior level of customer service. I suggest the reservation time should be when the training starts - this seems fairly obvious to me.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Aliza K wrote a review Jul 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania1 contribution
I took extended family there of various ages and abilities, 7, 10, 16 and 33. The course was fun and challenging to all and the staff were very patient and friendly, and really helpful. It was also interesting as the equipment was suspended from the trees using straps and ties so that spikes were not employed. A great use of a nice wooden section of Fairmount Park, only minutes from downtown.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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