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Treeosix Adventure Parks

Waskesiu Lake, Canada
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About Treeosix Adventure Parks
We are the bona fide pioneer of guided, eco-friendly zipline tours and other high flying adventures in the forests of Saskatchewan. Since 2010, our adventures have been about having fun, pushing your boundaries, and helping you finding your happy dance. We are most known for our zipline tours but our basecamp sites have loads of other outdoor adventures! As a past winner of the Small to Medium-Sized Business of the Year (Canadian Tourism Awards) as well as numerous awards from Tourism Saskatchewan, you will see the pride our team takes in making sure you have the BEST time ever hanging out in the trees with us!
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Saskheat wrote a review Aug. 2021
Saskatoon, Canada1613 contributions1520 helpful votes
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We went on a Thursday afternoon in the first week of August. It was $90pp booking direct online on their website. We booked the preceeding Sunday in advance and got the last 4 person capibile spot for that day. I would HIGHLY recommend booking at least a week in advace if you intend to go in July or August or in a group, as the zipline holds a maximum of 6 customers per tour, due to platform size and weight limits. This is a single cable zipline and has a maximum weight limit of 250 lbs, which they weigh EVERY person prior to assiging harnesses. SO no a truss and skinny jeans wont sneak you on if youre above the limit. Its located at Elk Ridge just west of the main McPhee Lake entrance, so about 10 minutes from the town site of Waskesiu or 10 min from Highway 2 North. It is about 80km directly north of the city of Prince Albert, just outside the national park in the boreal forrest. We were a family of 4 and had two random people join out group to fill it to the maximum of six. It took about 1.5 hours from the time we departed to complete the activity. They took a pre departure photo of us for our group and emailed it to us free of charge. Thanks guys! There were 7 ziplines in total with two swinging bridges. None of the lines were very high and were in the tree line. At most 25-30' high and the longest a couple of hundred meters long and the longest just nder 300m. This is not the higest , fastest or craziest zipline I have ever been on, but the staff enthusiasm, picturesque scenery and uniqueness of the experirence make this worth every cent we paid. There is an option to pre pay the tip for the guides . Nice since I didnt want to carry a wallet with me to the tour. Staff were high energy, professional and super personable. I cant say enough about them. The course goes over the golf course at Elkpoint in several spots as well as a bog. The equipment and facilities were very modern, in perfect shape and gave a good feeling of safety. There is a requirement to clim ladders to the towers at some spots, so you would not get a disabled peron on this activity at all. This is a perfect course for a 1st time zipliner to cut their teeth on something that will leave them with the biggest of smiles. We had a die hard heights and scardey cat skeptic, who we had to drag onto the course. They left with the biggest smile and conquered their fear of ziplines. This is not the same type of zipline like the daredevil canyon crossers in tropical resort places. If you approach it for what it is and interact with the staff, you will have a blast. Thanks for reading and if you found something useful in here, please click helpful or thumbs up. Gods Speed!
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Cailen S wrote a review Jul. 2021
Moose Jaw, Canada6 contributions
We did the zip lining, e-bikes, giant swing and the disc golf course. The tour guides for the zip lining were safe and so funny. We did fun activities at each zip line and it was great! Toured around elk ridge on the e bikes and you can get so far! The giant swing was definitely an adrenaline rush! The company is a really great family run organisation.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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LaVina W wrote a review Jul. 2021
Saskatoon, Canada3 contributions
Amazing experience! We had a fantastic time & our tour guides Kelvyn Jessica and Brad were hilarious
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Tracy J wrote a review Jun. 2021
North Battleford, Canada2 contributions
Me and my hubby did the zip lining today and it was so fun. They tour guides were patient, knowledgeable and just plain fun. I highly recommended this place.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Dean D wrote a review Jul. 2020
8 contributions3 helpful votes
The adventure park is a must do for anyone visiting the area. Daughter completed the rock climbing wall and teenage sons enjoyed the ziplining. Time was well worth the cost.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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