Sunset Canopy Climb on Lopez Island

3 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Group Tour
  • Pickup Service
  • E-Ticket
  • 4 hr

Come experience the only old-growth tree climbing activity in the State of Washington and create some unforgettable memories. This is your chance to do something not even .1% of the population has done, but now you can. In small-groups climb together on 1-4 trees between 100 and 200 feet high, depending on your athletic level. Some of the trees are even rare old-growth trees. See the unique perspective above the canopy and feel what it's like to be eye level with an eagle as you climb/swing around like a monkey through the open air and catch branches, while safely harnessed by rope. Climb your way up some of the tallest trees in the world to amazing views of the upper canopy, mountains, and ocean. Connect to nature like you have never done before, beyond the trail. During this activity you will explore the special ecology of old-growth trees and its importance in our environment and so much more. Groups larger than 6 people, please contact us directly.

Itinerary Details

The sunset climb is the same as the day climb, except we end by watching the sunset from high on top of the canopy. We also have head lamps that we use to do night climbing and night rappelling, after sunset. It's for sure a tad bit more adventurous than the day climbs!

We climb as a group on multiple trees, between 100 and 200 feet high on a mix of rare old-growth trees and 2nd growth trees. Depending on the group and the climbers' ability, you will ascend one to 4 trees. Climbing 20 stories up in Coastal Douglas Fir Trees offers a shocking perspective and views few have ever seen. Spectacular views of mountains, wildlife, and ocean await you at the top of the canopy.

No experience necessary must be 8 years or older.

Learn how to climb up really big trees with ascenders until you reach the branches. Then you can branch climb to the top of the canopy! The ascender technique is similar to doing squats.

Since we will be climbing at night, dress warmly and wear athletic clothes, long pants that cover ankles, and athletic shoes. It is a good idea to also wear clothes that you do not mind getting dirty or damaged. All other equipment will be provided.
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