treetop trampoline

Bounce through the treetops at this wild new outdoor trampoline park

The Trekking Group, parent company of Treetop Trekking, a renowned outdoor adventure attraction, is preparing for the launch of uplå, an exciting aerial forest attraction in Stouffville. Anticipated to open its doors on June 23, uplå promises visitors a thrilling experience combining adventurous activities with a nature-inspired setting.

Following the success of its first location in Mont Saint Grégoire, Quebec, which welcomed over 100,000 guests in 2022, Treetop Trekking is eager to introduce this unique concept to Ontario. Developed and produced by The Trekking Group, uplå offers an extraordinary suspended world where visitors can enjoy a playful experience high up in the treetops, navigating through a network of nets.

Think treetop trekking combined with a trampoline park.

“We wanted to create an exceptional outdoor recreation option that allows people to connect with nature in a fun and eco-friendly way,” explained Jean-François Couture, chief marketing officer at The Trekking Group. “Despite receiving interest from companies across North America, we decided to stay true to our roots and bring uplå to Ontario, driven by our passion for nature and providing accessible experiences for all.”

Nine interconnected trampolines in the treetops

The Stouffville uplå park will feature an impressive mega-trampoline boasting nine interconnected jumping surfaces. With pathways, slides, vertical tunnels, and a spiral entrance, the attraction will offer a diverse range of exhilarating activities for visitors to enjoy. The Trekking Group has carefully designed uplå to blend seamlessly with the natural surroundings, situated on a Toronto Regional Conservation Authority (TRCA) property.

Jean-François Couture emphasized the potential of uplå to provide individuals with an unforgettable adventure and an opportunity to disconnect from screens and daily stress, while reconnecting with nature in a unique and exciting way.

The development plan for uplå is designed to be modular, with additional features to be announced and incorporated throughout its first year of operation. Pre-sales for uplå will begin on May 15 ahead of the public opening.

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