San Diego Zoo Safari Park’s Angalifu

We at Tree-Mendous offer our condolences to our friends at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park with the passing of their 44-year-old northern white rhino,  Angalifu. There are only 5 northern white rhinos on the planet, which include the Safari Park’s elderly female, Nola. The passing of Angalifu brings attention to the fact these wonderful animals are on the.. read more →

Visit Tree-Mendous at ACCT Conference & Exposition 2015

Tree-Mendous will have an exhibit at the 25th Annual International Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) Conference & Exposition in Indian Wells (Palm Springs), California. The Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa will provide accommodations. We’ll be in booths #603 & #605. Please stop by and visit! 25th Annual ACCT Conference Exposition Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa.. read more →

Visit Tree-Mendous at IAAPA 2014

Tree-Mendous will have a display at this years’ IAAPA Attractions Expo (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. Please stop by and say hello. We’ll be in booth 3259 (click here for an event map). We look forward to seeing you there! IAAPA Attractions Expo 2014 Orange.. read more →

Tree-to-Tree Adventure in Lanesborough, MA

Sean McGlynn of Yankee Magazine recently took a trip to Ramblewild, which he chronicled in a new article. It’s a quick read detailing Sean’s day at Lanesborough’s new aerial adventure park. There are some great pics of the property and courses, as well. From YankeeMagazine.com: It was refreshing to find thrills in such a natural.. read more →

Nomads Outdoor Adventure on Better Connecticut

Scot Haney of WFSB’s Better Connecticut recently did a segment on Nomads Outdoor Adventure in South Windsor, Connecticut. Nomads’ Craig Nation was interviewed, speaking about his collaboration with Tree-Mendous, and the safety precautions built into the new park. Cameras then capture Mr. Haney suiting up in safety gear and navigating a course. Click here for.. read more →

Tram Officials Pursue Zip Line and Tree House at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Tree-Mendous is in the news again. Officials with the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway are starting an environmental review for a 550′ zip line at the tram station, which we’re excited to be a part of. Also being discussed is a unique form of tree house in the creak area of the station. From DesertSun.com: The tree house would.. read more →

How I Lived Dangerously at a ‘Tree-To-Tree’ Adventure Park

Carla Spartos of The New York Post wrote an entertaining piece on her experiences at Ramblewild. Based in New York City, Carla took the 3-hour trek to Lanesborough, Massachusetts, got suited up in safety gear, and began her adventure in the trees. From NYPost.com: I decide it’s time to check out the hub — a.. read more →

Ramblewild Offers a Rare Sustainable Amusement Park

Ramblewild is back in the news again, this time, courtesy of The Boston Globe. One of the most pleasurable aspects of the creation and construction of Ramblewild was the emphasis we both share on nature and sustainability, values Ramblewild calls “ecotourism.” From BostonGlobe.com: The $2.8 million Berkshire County attraction touts its limited environmental footprint: Its.. read more →

The New ‘Ramblewild’ Forest Adventure Park Is Open in Massachusetts

We just stumbled across an excellent article on Ramblewild’s new aerial adventure park from Melissa Malamut of Boston Magazine. Ramblewild CEO Tim Gallagher is quoted, speaking about the unique “forest immersion experience” that the 900-acre park offers. It’s a great experience for family, as there are courses designed for nearly all age groups. Mr. Gallagher points out that families who.. read more →

A Treetop Adventure at Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures

Bristol Mountain’s Aerial Adventures is in the press again! Matt Kotula of MPNnow.com wrote an excellent piece on the park. Bristol Mountain’s Steve Fuller is interviewed, detailing specifics of the construction and build by Tree-Mendous. From MPNnow.com: Much work and research went into the design of the park, and special attention was paid to limiting.. read more →