A commercial project to create a suspended 'nature-trail' high in the tree canopy
Alongside the wish to create additional visitor foot-fall through the attraction of a wow-factor activity, there is a real intention to experience an ancient woodland and habit from high within the tree canopy - giving a fabulous 'birds-eye-view' in a quiet, peaceful and non-invasive way.
Taking you from ground level into a Tree-top Walkway, high over a deep valley and directly into the large tree canopy.
A large 'viewing-platform' magically suspended between a group of large trees to really sense and view the wildlife and fauna from above.
A further Tree-top Walkway exit back to ground level on the ridge, via a wobbly Rope Bridge deck.
Tree Climber installing in woodland setting
…high in the tree-tops using LOLER Certificated climbing equipment and qualified tree climbing experience, deep in the woodland.
Preparing woodland Tree Walkway
…creating all that is possible at ground level, also the tree anchor positions before raising into tree-top position and securing installation.
Tree climbers working in woodland
…with challenging woodland ground conditions, sloping gradients and fallen trees, boughs and branches. Mostly and largely impenetrable woodland conditions under-foot, but with the Tree-top Walkway set tree-to-tree high in the tree tops above providing a awesome walk in the woods with views of the raw woodland below.
Tree Climber installing Canopy Walkway
…working with steel cables, webbing tree slings and securing a further Tree-top Walkway section.
Tree Climbers working with the Tree Canopy Walkway
…working as a team joining the Canopy Walkway with the tree anchor position.
Tree Climber team working in the canopy
…extreme position and location in the tree canopy to complete the Canopy Walkway.
Tree-top sparks from steel cable grinding
…completing a steel cable join working 12m high in the tree-tops for a Tree Canopy Walkway.
Tree Climber, cables and tree-tops
…creating a ‘network’ of steel cables that become ‘invisible’ in the trees and creating a zig-zag Canopy Walkway weaving through the tree-tops.
Walking in the tree-tops Canopy Walkway
…setting the black safety netting and tightening the walkway rope.
Walking with materials in the Canopy Walkway
…the installation team walking materials in to the suspended ‘free-floating’ Tree Deck along the Tree Canopy Walkway.
RSPB Canopy Walkway
…set into dense woodland of mature trees on deep gradient slopes, leading to a ‘free-floating’ tree suspended Tree Deck
Tree-top Canopy Walkway
…tree-to-tree high above deep gradient slopes in wild woodland.