Why stop at seeing the Isle of Wight from ground level? With the award-winning Goodleaf Tree Climbing you can enjoy views across an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty from the tree tops and have an adventure while you’re at it.
Goodleaf aren’t only recommended by the good old Guardian, but they’ve also appeared on the BBC, and they offer fantastic days out with a difference for anyone aged from 8 up to 80. Your instructor will talk you through the ropes before you start climbing and once you’re ready to start clambering you can make your way up to the canopy and enjoy some time above the rest of the world.
The views stretch all the way to the coast, so you’ll be well rewarded once you reach the top. Goodleaf is a nice way to do something adventurous as a family and the children will feel a real sense of achievement once they reach the top. The climbs take place in a secret field that’s chosen for its big sturdy trees and its quiet, peaceful location. Feel free to take a picnic and a blanket and enjoy your time there after your climb.