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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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Rauseo R wrote a review Jul 2021
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If you weight more than 250lbs don’t even bother. They will embarrass you as soon as you arrive and step on a scale in front of everyone and 250lbs seems a lot but when you are 6’ 4” 264. You are limited to so much. We reserved weeks before and made lots of arrangements to make it that day. Wish we knew ahead of time but they rather you arrive to send you back home
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Stephanie wrote a review Jun 2021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania218 contributions123 helpful votes
We had so much fun here! I was concerned about my lack of upper body strength, but it wasn’t a problem on the courses we did. Course 3 is entirely zip lines and doesn’t take much work. Course 2a and 2b are somewhat challenging, but I would not consider them to be difficult for the average person. We were pleasantly surprised how much fun we had. We intentionally avoided Course 4 because it is the most difficult and we were worn out after doing 2a, 2b, and 3 multiple times, but we may come back to try it. Would recommend!
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Date of experience: June 2021
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AnythingWorthDoing wrote a review Nov 2020
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We visited Treetop Quest Philly last week as a group event. I was the event coordinator and couldn't have been more pleased with the booking process. They were extremely accommodating and questions were answered quickly and thoroughly. Our group was greeted by a friendly, professional, and well organized staff. Visiting in the COVID era, they were very diligent about precautions to keep everyone healthy. Before starting, Atticus gave a clear and thorough training presentation/demonstration. We entered the park and were surprised by the size and beauty of the courses. The obstacles were well varied and meticulously maintained. We had a fairly diverse group of ages and abilities (middle schoolers, high school seniors, and 40-something aged parents) Over the 4 levels of course difficulty, I feel confident in saying that even the most athletic and adventurous will find themselves challenged. I will caution that starting at level 2, once you begin a course, the only way to get off is by completing all the obstacles or being lowered by the staff on a rope. The courses are long, so if you are feeling tired or muscle fatigue, I would suggest that you enjoy another run of a course you enjoyed and leave a higher level for your next visit :) I can not write a review without mentioning PJ, a member of the Treetop Crew. When I decided to attempt Level 4 after 2 hours in the park, I underestimated its difficultly and overestimated my stamina. I hadn't reached the half-way point when I was unnerved by my deteriorating grip strength. PJ happily joined me to provide not only physical assistance, but also encouragement. He was extremely kind and patient, and supported me equally in my determination to move forward (even at a glacial pace) and in my decision to wave the proverbial "white flag" and lower me down from what was likely the highest platform in the park. When he went to get the lowering equiptment, he even took a moment to assure my daughter that I was safe and applaud my effort, "She did great! That's a pretty cool mom you have there." <3 We will definitely return to TreetopQuest Philly, and I consider it a "must see" in the greater Philadelphia area!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Lisa L wrote a review Oct 2020
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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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