Ramblewild | Kids Out and About Albany

Ramblewild

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110 Brodie Mountain Road
Lanesborough , MA , 01237
Phone: 1.844.472.6253
42° 33' 55.962" N, 73° 15' 54.9864" W
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Ramblewild’s Tree-to-Tree Adventure Park is the largest of its kind in North America, set on 10+ dedicated acres in the middle of over 1400 acres of pristine New England forest and mountain landscape.

The Park is divided by a ravine which is connected via a 200 ft suspension bridge 80 ft above the ravine stream.

The focal point is a central wooden bi-level platform 10 and 15 feet above the ground from which eight aerial obstacle courses originate, meandering from tree to tree at various heights through the forest. Each course consists of 15-17 elements (high wires, zip lines, balancing logs, rope ladders, cargo nets, suspended bridges, etc.) that meander through a pristine hemlock forest. 4 of the 8 courses cross over the ravine via zip lines that will keep you a 100 ft above the ravine!

Our tree-to-tree challenge courses are designed to have a profound impact on visitors’ self-confidence and happiness.

This winter, in addition to the aerial adventure park that is open year-round, Ramblewild is offering guided backcountry skiing in the Berkshires! Visitors (with their ski equipment) will climb aboard Ramblewild’s Pinzgauer, a 6-wheeled Swiss military vehicle that will take them to the top of the mountain, and then a professional ski guide will navigate them down 1,100 of vertical feet along the beautifully appointed Southeast Ridge Trail. Skiers will find spectacular glade runs and perfectly spaced trees, brimming with eastern hardwood groves and fabulous hemlock stands. The Pinzgauer will take skiers back to the top of the mountain to get fresh tracks from  10:00 am through 1:00 pm. At the end of the ski day skiers will be invited back to the Ramblewild lodge where a roaring fire will await and ski après will begin. Tickets will be $65.00 per skier. (Note: As a reminder backcountry skiing is on ungroomed all natural snow. These trips are for advanced and expert level skiers and should not be confused with skiing at a traditional ski mountain. An understanding of back country etiquette and safety protocol is expected to enjoy the experience to it's fullest.)  For more information in the coming months, visit www.Ramblewild.com

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