Sunday, January 4, 2015

Monkeying in real trees: tree adventures NZ

 safety gear, and personal attention to each climber
 Safety harness must be a most important aspect.
 Safety briefing, my team found this really good, and they were confident they would be supported if they fell by the harness clipped properly.
 10 different courses from 3 to 14 meters.
10 different courses ranging from 3 to 14 metres above the ground, there’s something for everyone. Each course has a series of fun and challenging activities that wind their way through the treetops, ending with an exhilarating flying fox ride to bring you swiftly back down to earth.
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 They liked the flying fox
 not shown here, the number 5 course where the nets was most challenging for this person.
It was a beautiful summer day. I like this. I belong to the zero waste, I like they have two bins, rubbish and recyclables. They didn't ask people to take back their rubbish, but in a commercially run place. This is good for me.

We drove out to Woodhill, west of Auckland, at the Kumeu, Helensville area. It was easy to locate. I love the tall trees growing so neatly. All in all, the family had great fun. They will want to do it again when the other sisters comes from abroad.

Few years back, we did the forest course in Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Australia. The trees were very different. I thought of my Great grandfather who in 1907 cleared the primary forest in Borneo. Forests were so different then.

Stay mellow with yellow!

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Lea said...

Very interesting!
Have a wonderful week!

Su-sieee! Mac said...

That looks like a lot of fun. I did ziplining a few years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it.