Farragut State Park welcomed adventure park, Tree-To-Tree Idaho to its attractions just in time for Memorial Day weekend. The adventure park features a series of tree-top obstacles including rope swings, bridges, Tarzan swings, and zip lines at varying heights with some as high as 65 feet above the ground.
“We’re excited to have another recreational opportunity for visitors to the park,” said Farragut State Park Manager, Randall Butt. Designed to offer adventure for every age and ability, Tree-To-Tree Idaho courses are progressively challenging and include four adult course circuits as well as two childrens courses which employ Saferoller continuous belay system.
“We are so excited to bring this technology to our course” said Dan Sullivan, Tree-To-Tree Idaho Manager. Saferoller® is a continuous belay system that allows for fast, smoother transitions from obstacle to obstacle with continuous end-to-end rolling and unparalleled hands-free movement to ensure optimum safety and more fun! Dan said, “Saferoller® offers kids course particpants of varying heights an opportunity to climb together.”
Tree-To-Tree parks in Athol, Idaho and Cape May, New Jersey are sister parks to Tree-To-Tree Adventure Park in Oregon and Adirondack Extreme Adventure Course in Bolton Landing, NY.