Climb one of the oldest trees on the Isle of Wight and release your inner child with this easy, fun and adventurous activity! Right by the sandy stretch of Appley Beach, Appley Park is a beautiful coastal location filled with magnificent trees – in particular, a huge mature oak tree just begs to be explored. With all the equipment you’ll need to be provided all you need to bring is yourself. Don’t worry about not being strong enough to climb, with their system of ropes you’ll be able to scale any tree you like all by yourself, no crazy muscles required. They’ll teach you the ropes and then it’s your turn to get climbing! Enjoy a bird’s eye view of Appley Park and even swing in one of their treetop hammocks 40 feet above the ground!

Where can I go tree climbing in the Isle of Wight?

Goodleaf Tree Climbing offer a range of tree climbing experiences and lessons in Appley Park in Ryde.

After your climb tuck into their homemade flapjacks with a nice cup of tea. They also offer tree-climbing courses, birthday parties and even hen dos! If you’re looking for a great outdoor activity to try with family and friends that allows you to take in the beauty of the natural world then this might be the perfect thing to add to your stack!

  • Minimum age requirement of 8 years old
  • Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Maximum group size of 8 participants
  • Prices from £33 per person, reduced for higher group sizes
  • Opening times are from 10 am till 4 pm
  • Located on the Isle of Wight

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