Washington June 13, 2018
The Treetop Trail That Will Show You A Side Of Washington You’ve Never Seen Before
Washington doesn’t really have a “bad angle.” But there’s something special about getting a glimpse of it from a bird’s eye view, especially when you can do so safely while getting a little exercise. And should you ever embark on an adventure with Canopy Tours NW, that’s exactly what you can do.
This canopy walk and zip line adventure takes place on Kristoferson Farm on Camano Island, which is a little piece of paradise.
The 231-acre property is sustainably managed and locally loved.
Your group will gather at the farm, learn the ropes, and head for the course...
... and that's where the adventure really begins.
You'll have plenty of time to stop and admire the view (or nibble on some berries) on your way.
It isn't every day you get to walk through the trees.
Ready to take a walk on the wild side?
Aside from the scenic trail walks, the experience includes six zip lines, log bridges, and a 47-foot final descent.
As you can imagine, the views from the top are pretty fantastic.
Camano Island is a beautiful and underrated part of Washington.
Canopy Tours NW is open all year, but nothing tops taking this trail on a warm, clear day.
They do their best to make it as pleasant as possible during colder weather, however, with fire pits and extra layers.
Your adventure awaits.
The company is gearing up for another busy summer, so make a reservation as soon as you work up the courage.
For more information on scheduling your experience, check out the
Canopy Tours NW website. This is one of many amazing things you can do in Washington when you’re feeling adventurous.