ArborTrek Canopy Adventure Tours @ Smugglers' Notch



1239 Edwards Road, Jeffersonville, VT 05464 Visit Website | 802-644-9300 |


Cost: $20-$99.95 Parking: Yes

Whether you're looking to learn about the local wildlife or just act like it, ArborTrek Canopy Adventures located at Smuggler's Notch has an aerial adventure for you. 



Join them in the trees for 2.5 to 3 hours for year-round, gravity-fed, zip-riding, heart-pounding, bridge-crossing, breath-taking, tree-climbing, eco-friendly, unforgettable, family fun on Vermont's First World-Class Zip Line Canopy Tour named one of the "10 Best Zipline Courses in the U.S." by USA Today and one of the "World's Coolest Zip Lines" by Travel + Leisure Magazine.  The zip line canopy tour  is fully-guided and includes 8 zip lines (over a mile of cable), 2 bridges and 2 rappels. 



Balance, jump, crawl, climb, dash, slide, and swing your way through the trees on our Treetop Obstacle Course.  Designed for those who like to get physical, the course offers challenges for everyone from 4 years to adult.  More than 70 elements to choose from, rated easy to extreme.



Test your climbing prowess on our rock wall and vertical obstacles, or, for a more novel challenge, ascend high into one of the Notch's stately hemlocks.  The course offers more than 15 obstacles to choose from.  Perfect for adults and teens looking for an added challenge or a children's birthday party.



Based on the belief that all need to practice, our adventure-based team building programs make use of a variety of educational and developmental tools -- group initiatives, low ropes elements, high ropes course elements, climbing walls, facilitative discourse, action planing, and scenarios -- to do just that, help teams practice. Half-day, full-day, and multi-day programs are available for adult professional and corporate groups as well as school, youth and community groups.  



Large groups and birthday parties are welcome.  Please call for group rates and availability.



2 reviews
  • August 19, 2013
    "I was given this trip as a birthday surprise, and i HATE HEIGHTS! Despite my fears i went anyway and found i was enjoying myself almost right away. They have really wonderful tour guides with you the whole time, answering questions and helping you with the gear. By the end of the trip you'll never what to leave! "
    - katiebug_1530
  • August 1, 2012
    "My family of four did this in January of 2011. During orientation you are suited up in the gear, but a few things to remember before your arrival dress in layers, wear a full balaclava the provided helmet doesnt cover ears, neck, bring your own goggles, glove liners and handwarmers. And definitely eat something the zipline tour is 3 hours. You might even pocket a granola bar for your kids to sustain them along the way. I had no doubt that my son age 12 and husband would thoroughly enjoy this. However I thought my daughter age 9 and I would be looking for the chicken out door after the first zip there is none. A pleasant surprise for both of us we really enjoyed it! On the longer zips, she needed to ride tandem with an instructor because she was just over the 70 lb minimum and didnt gain enough speed to get to the platform. But she didnt mind, this just made it more fun. Before the tour is over you will have zipped 7 times, crossed a sky bridge and rappelled down from the trees. By the end we all had a sense of accomplishment both as individuals and as a family that we have not achieved from any other family activity we have participated in thus far."
    - missmagpie

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