Sat, Nov 26|
Feel like enjoying the last bit of good weather by climbing some trees?! Zip-lines, rope climbs, obstacles courses in trees... What could be better?!
Time & Location
Nov 26, 2022, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Windsor, 370 Ski Martock Rd, Windsor, NS B0N 2T0, Canada
About the event
Let's climb some trees! On Tree has several courses each labelled with ranging difficulties from easy to very difficult. The courses incorporate ropes, wood planks, ziplines, ladders, and various other fancy features to make awesome obstacle courses in trees! From your harness your attached to the course with a very cool two carabiner system that prevents you from unclipping accidentally (mega safe and super fun!). So when you get up on some of the very high ledges, you can enjoy the view and the climbing without worrying about the long fall to the ground!
The plan for the day starts with meeting outside the Dalhousie Student Union Building (SUB). We will plan to leave at 9:45am. A bus has been rented for the day. We will begin with a short orientation and gear overview from the On Tree staff and then aim to be climbing for roughly 12:00pm. We will climb for 2.5 hours (tons of time to get absolutely worked) and aim to be back at the SUB for 4:00pm.
- This time of year is unpredictable weather wise. It will likely be cold so bring really warm clothes, preferably in layers.
There are no buildings at the On Tree site, however, the ski lodge across the parking lot is open for bathroom use.
- SIGN THE WAIVERS, and ensure they are fully filled out.
For the DSU Waiver click here (submit electronically)
For the On Tree Waiver click here (email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "First Name, Last Name, On
- Bring ID (never hurts)
- Bring water!
- Bring snacks/lunch!
- Bring gloves if you got them! (leather palm / leather work gloves are recommended, but On Tree will provide gloves if
you do not have a pair)
- Wear proper sneakers
- Tell your favourite friends! (no non-favourite friends)
I hope to see you there! This place rocks!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out. Contact Ryan.Malley@dal.ca.