Redwoods Treewalk in 50, 100, 200 words

50 words

Walk high amongst the majestic redwood trees. Feel the spirit of Rotorua’s iconic Redwood Forest from above and up close to the 115-year-old gentle giants. This suspended 30-minute ecological walk captures the beauty and ambience of the forest from a bird’s eye perspective. Learn about the history of the redwoods, the people (iwi) and the land (whenua).

100 words

Walk high among the majestic redwood trees. Feel the spirit of Rotorua’s iconic Redwood Forest from above and up close amongst these 115-year-old gentle giants. This suspended 30-minute ecological walk provides a unique bird’s eye perspective of the forest, capturing its picturesque beauty and ambience, which is even more stunning in wet weather. Learn about the history of this iconic forest, the Californian Redwood trees, the people (iwi) and the land (whenua).

Enjoy at your own pace with no safety harnesses or training required (as long as you can walk unaided) and appreciate the spirit of this peaceful forest. Leave feeling inspired, refreshed and rejuvenated.

200 words

Walk high amongst the majestic redwoods trees. Feel the spirit of Rotorua’s iconic Redwood Forest from above and up close to these 115-year-old gentle giants. This suspended 30-minute ecological walk provides a unique bird’s eye perspective of the forest, capturing its picturesque beauty and ambience.

At 553-metres long, this one of a kind New Zealand treewalk consists of a series of 23 suspension bridges which traverse between 22 majestic 115-year-old Redwood Trees.
Sitting 12-metres above the forest at its peak, the walkway has been specifically designed and constructed to preserve the trees, plants, and the surrounding natural environment. The walkway has been uniquely constructed using a New Zealand-first technologically designed sling, which is suspended from the redwood trees. This ecological walk is perfect as a wet weather activity with the stunning colours of the forest coming to life in the rain.

Learn about the history of the forest and discover why its Rotorua’s most popular attraction. Find out more about these Californian Redwood trees, the local people (iwi) and the land (whenua).

Enjoy at your own pace with no safety harnesses or training required and appreciate the peacefulness and spirit of this special forest. Leave feeling inspired, refreshed and rejuvenated.