Friday, 2 October 2015

High up in the trees at Adrenalin Forest


For the last week or so I've had my two teens visiting me over the school holidays from up north. On Monday we took them and my step daughter to a place about 15 minutes out of Tauranga called Adrenalin Forest - it's kind of like an "up in the trees obstacle courst". Level 1 starts near the bottom and level 6 ends high up in the trees - there are swing bridges, flying foxes and each person has a safety harness on which straps to the metal wires they need to follow to complete the course. This shot I took of one of the other participants walking across some ropes while trying to balance himself.

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12 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Amazing picture ..l and the whole concept actually. Did you try any of it? I've always wanted to do a zip line.

Jim said...

Beautiful.
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Spare Parts and Pics said...

Cool shot, and the Adrenalin Forest looks like quite a challenge!

Amy said...

hey Sallie no I didn't go up on any of the levels, I have a fear of heights, i prefer my feet on the ground with the camera :-)

Anita Johnson said...

I think I'll have to be a level 1 person all the time.im afraid of heights....looking through the lens of a camera from those heights would be the end of me! Love the tree canopy.

Anonymous said...

Wooow, this must give a kick!

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Great image.....thank you!

Photo Cache said...

That must be a fun place to go to.

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Amy at Ms. Toody Goo Shoes said...

Fun picture, Amy!

NatureFootstep said...

I think it´s fun but it looks weird in your shot :)

Rhonda Albom said...

There's a place like this outside of Auckland. I had thought it was so unique.

carol l mckenna said...

what an adventure and fantastic shot ~

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

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