School Trips

Your Outdoor Classroom


TimberTop Adventures is the perfect place for a day of experiential, outdoor learning. If you’re looking for something to counterbalance learning online then we’ve got it.  Navigating our challenging courses can help rebuild confidence and problem-solving skills.

Following COVID-19 and group bubbling protocols, we can brainstorm together with you on potential ways to get your students back outdoors. Download our free ‘Ultimate Guide for Outdoor Adventure‘ for a complete guide, including special school trip pricing packages, to help you plan your next class trip.  Please note that this is a 2019 guide so it has not yet been updated with our COVID-19 procedures and guidelines.

While our online booking calendar may show the day your are interested in as “Unavailable”, if you have a class of 15 or more (or 20 or more in the Fall), we can look at setting it up as a private group booking.  Please contact us with the form below and we can explore some options.

What’s included:

Option for Up to 2 or 3 hours of fun in the trees

30 minutes of group bubble training to get up to speed

Access to our yellow, green, and blue challenge level courses. That’s up to 9 different courses!


Physical activity has been shown to be a key connection to productivity and being in nature has been proven to reduce stress

Engage student’s problem solving and perseverance skills

Give students the reward that comes from accomplishing something perhaps they didn’t think that could

Re-establish a strong bond between students

Re-discover passion and perseverance

Special school rates and an amazing admission deal for supervising adults.

Take class time Outside

What you can teach from your outdoor classroom at TimberTop!

Science: Help students explore the wildlife and ecological ecosystems found in an old-growth forest. Our courses can provide some unique lessons in engineering and physics. TimberTop is also located within the UNESCO Stonehammer Geopark- a great venue to enable first-hand experience with our local geological history.

Conservation: There’s no better way to learn about why we need to conserve our planet than to interact with nature itself. Use our forest setting to discuss carbon footprints and sinks, and how humans and nature live together.

Physical Education: Explore the importance of how an active lifestyle can be a lot of fun, especially with so much time spent lately online. With varying levels of challenge difficulty, students will be testing their leg/arm/core strength, endurance, balance, agility and problem-solving abilities.