Treeosix Adventure Parks, Saskatchewan, Canada
A five-time winner of the Tourism Saskatchewan Awards of Excellence; most notably the Rookie of the Year Award Winner in 2011 and the Business of the Year Award Winner in 2013, Treeosix Adventure Parks (formerly Eco-Adventures) provides interpretive exploration of the Cypress Hills’ unique ecosystem through tree canopy adventure activities.
Opened in 2011, Treeosix Cypress Hills is powered by 100% green electricity and leaves least environmental foot print.
What to do at Treeosix Cypress Hills ?
Attractions and things to do at Treeosix Cypress Hills
It’s all about having fun, pushing your boundaries, and finding your happy dance. Zip in and see for yourself!
Attractions/ Activities include
Zip Line Canopy Tours – The signature activity of Treeosix Adventure Parks thats combines zipping through SIX zip lines that vary in length from 100 feet to 600 feet, crossing 80 foot long sky bridge (40 feet above the ground), three short nature hikes and several exciting transitions from zip line platform to zip line platform!
Treetop Adventure Park – Conquer the 14 unique challenges way up in the trees including suspended cargo net, navigate the swinging logs, and pass over the wobbly bridges
Treetop Drop – Experience 45 feet of free fall alone or with a friend a whole new way with Powerfan®.
Mini-Zips for Kids – A fun way for kids to experience the thrill of zip lining in a safe and controlled environment with three low speed zip lines, ranging in length from 76 ft to 100 ft.
Climbing Wall – Test your climbing speed, challenge your friends as you climb one of four routes each of 32 feet high.
Slacklines – Test your balance & determination as your try to cross the two inches wide slackline anchored on two trees.
and Low Ropes Course .
Above all, relax, have fun and appreciate the flora & fauna of Cypress Hills Provincial Park.
Who will enjoy the attraction the best?
All ages are welcome to Treeosix Adventure Parks as there are activities suited for everyone. Families with children ages 9 and up will be able to take part in all activities without a problem as admission to the activities is based on a weight range of 50 lbs to 250 lbs, with the exception of the Mini-Zips for Kids which are designed for those under 70 lbs only.
When to visit Treeosix Cypress Hills ?
Treeosix Cypress Hills
Daily, May 20 – September 3, 2017 | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
September 3 – 10, 2017 | Thursday – Sunday by reservation ONLY | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
BaseCamp Open from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Daily), from the start of May Long Weekend to end of September Long Weekend.
Zip line Canopy Tours: 09:00 AM – 03:30 PM , every half an hour; depending on demand.
High ropes course adventures: Departs July & August | Monday – Friday | 3:00 pm. Our basecamp is daily from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Treetop Adventure Park : 9:00 AM , 12:00 PM, or 3:00 PM, booking recommended.
Tree Top Drop: 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Climbing Wall : 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Mini-Zips for Kids : 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Time required to visit
The best time to visit is during the months of August and September (less crowds and more consistent weather). The zip line canopy tours take an average of 2.5 hrs to complete from the time you arrive until you leave the site. If you only have an hour to stop in and visit, we do have a climbing wall and a treetop drop (45 foot parachute simulator) that can be experienced within that time.
How much will it cost to enjoy Treeosix Cypress Hills?
Treeosix Adventure Parks General Admission Tickets
Zip line canopy tours: $85 per person + taxes and fees. (Early bird $75 per person + taxes and fees)
Treetop Adventure Park: $45 per person + taxes and fees (2 hours to complete). (Early bird $35 per person + taxes and fees)
Treetop Drop: $20 per person + taxes and fees (unlimited jumps until you remove harness)
Climbing Wall: $20 per person + taxes and fees (unlimited climbs until you remove harness)
Mini-Zips for Kids: $15 per person + taxes and fees (unlimited play for the duration of your vacation)
How to get tickets?
Tours can be purchased online , over the phone (306-662-4466) or in person.
Full payment is required at the time of booking via VISA, Mastercard, or cash.
Coupons & Discounts
Air Miles® is offered at the location and Costco Wholesale Canada (Medicine Hat, AB) sells Cypress Hills Eco Adventures gift cards (20% off of regular price).
How to get to Treeosix Cypress Hills ?
Treeosix Adventure Parks Location & DirectionsTreeosix Adventure Parks is located in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park on the Saskatchewan side in the “Centre Block”. Keep on the Trans-Canada Highway (#1) until you reach Maple Creek, SK and then head south 28 kms on Highway #21. Follow the signs for the Cypress Hills “Centre Block” and once you reach the park gate, just ask the friendly Saskatchewan Park staff where to find us OR follow the signs to our BaseCamp (zip line icons).
For detailed directions, see the map tab.
There is a parking lot at the BaseCamp where all people can enjoy free parking for the duration of their visit.
What about Amenities & Accessibility at Treeosix Cypress Hills ?
LGBT and family friendly.
Washrooms on site but they are not universally accessible.
Pet friendly as well, however, we do not have zip line harnesses that fit your fluffy friends so they will have to watch from the ground!
No food service at Eco Adventures, but there are a number of providers in the park that are within walking distance from the BaseCamp. From fine dining to fast food, the park has you covered!
Wear weather appropriate clothes and closed toed shoes.
All participants must arrive at the BaseCamp at least 20 minutes prior to their scheduled activity and a waiver must be signed.
To go on our zip line tours, you need to weigh between 50 and 250 LBS. All children 14 years of age and younger MUST be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian
Plan a weekend getaway / Day trip toTreeosix Adventure Parks& Cypress Hills area. There is plenty to see and do.
Approximate distances to Treeosix Adventure Parks
Calgary, AB ~ 430 km; Edmonton, AB ~ 670 km.
Lethbridge, AB ~ 300 km; Medicine Hat, AB ~ 137 km
Regina, SK ~415 km; Saskatoon, SK ~ 440 km
Swift Current, SK ~ 170 km
Great Falls, MT ~ 480 km/295 miles
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