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TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course

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High in the treetops TreeZone is the ultimate Aerial Adventure Course.

Zip wires, balance beams, hanging platforms, tight-ropes, scramble nets, white knuckle bridges & gap jumps, set in the on the shores of the awe-inspiring Loch Lomond.  This is an unforgettable experience for adventurers at least 7 years old & 1.1m tall.

Ideal for adults and kids, groups, families and corporate events. Get a squirrel's-eye view as you swing high in the trees tackling a host of TreeZone challenges.

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TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course
Loch Lomond Shores
Ben Lomond Way
G83 8QL

T: 01389 496055
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