Due to the recent situation with Covid 19 we have very sadly had to cancel a number of events. However we do have some events running, they are being run in line with the new Guidelines from the Government. We are doing our best to make sure that all the Climbers have the maximum amount of fun up in the Canopy this Summer!
This Summer we are delighted to be climbing at Keilder Waterside Activites, all tickets are booked through their website, it is an amazing Beech Tree! The team up at Keilder Waterside Activities and The Great Big Tree Climbing Team are really looking forward to meeting all the tree climbers.
We will be whizzing through the tree’s with Mud and Guts, all tickets are booked through their website, it promises to be a fantastic couple of days in July and August.
Why is Tree Climbing so Popular ?
We are the largest provider of recreational tree climbing in the country and we work with many schools, National Trust venues, festivals, private venues and clients all across the UK to provide an adventure which encourages safe risk taking on a realistic budget. We pride ourselves on offering a first class service and we have built a strong reputation through the development of rigorous health and safety procedures. So why is tree climbing so popular?
It’s a thrill, an adrenaline rush and we all need adventure.
It builds confidence by taking you out of your comfort zone and encouraging you to challenge yourself. Tree climbing is achievable and exciting and take place in beautiful locations.
Tree climbing brings you closer to nature, it can help to relieve stress and leaves you with a huge sense of achievement.
Tree climbers support and encourage one another building team work as they trust and rely on each other, testing balance and co-ordination. Eight people can tree climb together supported by a fully qualified instructors. Tree climbers can learn new skills learning how to use the ropes.
We offer a fun and safe way to enjoy woods from a new perspective. You’ll be closer to the trees in all their glory and to the insects, birds and other animals that live in them. Have a bird’s eye view of the woodland floor as you look down through the leaf canopy and see what the squirrels see.