Treetop Adventure in Perthshire
Treetop Adventure in Perthshire

Treetop Adventure in Perthshire

Head up to the trees and prepare to swing in this awesome treetop adventure in Perthshire! Have you ever wondered what squirrels feel like moving from tree to tree, scampering about? Now is your chance to find out – At the Crieff Hydro, you can enjoy two hours of fun while 30 ft in the air, as you face several fun obstacles over the span of a kilometre, such as tightropes, rope bridges and more! Such a high-intensity adventure will surely build up an appetite! So, take the chance to enjoy some of the delicious, locally sources food available at the resort to recuperate your energy. Put your balance skills to the test, and get adventuring!

Where can I find treetop adventures in Scotland?

Head over to Crieff Hydro in Perthshire and immerse yourself in a treetop canopy challenge! You'll find the venue about a 40-minute drive west of Perthshire via the A85.

Crieff Hydro is a family-owned business with unique beginnings. Initially, the resort was a hydropathic spa opened in 1868 by Dr Meikle. Over the course of hundreds of years and several generations with the current CEO being Dr Meikle’s grand-grand-grand-grandnephew, services offered on-site have diversified. Slowly and steadily, they built a resort with various accommodation styles – hotels and self-catering lodges across the estate, outdoor activities and several options for food and drink, such as The Terrace and The Meikle. Full of history and thoroughly diverse, this location can easily provide a week’s worth of fun and relaxation for you and your family.

There are lots of activities to try including mountain biking, golf, swimming, tennis, luxury spa, horse riding and 4×4 driving, you may want to stay the whole weekend!

  • Book online via the website
  • 2-hour aerial treetop adventure: £35 per person
  • Minimum age of 7 years old; children under 10 need to be accompanied by an adult
  • Minimum height of 145cm
  • Safety equipment and all training provided on the day
  • Other activities are available on-site; check the website for more information
  • Accommodation available
  • Food and drinks are also available
  • Lots of other activities are on offer!

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