A 'fixed-beam' Rope Bridge project for a` woodland treehouse.
Structured beam-to-beam and typically on four ropes in 24mm poly hemp. The 'fixed-beam' creates to structure end-to-end and usually sits within the rope-work balustrade at half height.
This beautiful Rope Bridge and treehouse project was for Roy Keane when he was football manager at Ipswich Town. Set into a deep wooded hollow, the treehouse had 5 play-decks hugging and sweeping around the treehouse ending in a larger platform-deck that wrapped a large Oak. From this Oak and platform, a Tree-top Walkway leading to a Big Chunky 4-sided Rope Ladder.
The Rope Bridge is a beautiful adventure entrance to the treehouse at it's highest level and is mostly all you see from the house as you come into the garden lawn, it therefore creates a great excitement and adventure anticipation.
We have since been back to site to both service this very much loved Rope Bridge and treehouse but delighted to add more ideas and woodland play items.
"Treehouse Life are superb!...It's the best money we have spent in a long time!" Samantha Ihenacho
Treehouse, decks and Rope Bridge amongst woodland trees
Rope Bridge entrance to treehouse on steep gradient
…almost ‘secret’, a treehouse on 5 levels and wrapping a large oak has it’s entrance across an exciting, wobbly ‘fixed-beam’ Rope Bridge.
Rope Bridge leading to thatched roof treehouse
…a ‘fixed-beam’ Rope Bridge with four ropes underneath the decking ‘slats’ and rope work balustrades, the two ‘ends’ are held apart and structural with integrated ‘fixed-beams’ in slabbed round timbers.
Rope Bridge leading to treehouse on five deck levels
…hugged by woodland trees and leading to a large deck that wraps a majestic oak as a launch deck for a 30m Tree-top Walkway and Big Chunky 4-sided Rope Ladder. The project also included a woodland Nest Swing, Fireman’s Pole and Zip Wire.