We’re always looking for new adventures to try and California is full of them. We think we might have found our favorite weekend plan yet. There’s a treetop canopy walk that takes you through the top of the Redwoods in northern California. Just try not to look down. 

Mount Hermon Adventures is located 7 miles outside the beach city of Santa Cruz within the Santa Cruz mountains. The redwood canopy tour is $96 per person and you must reserve your tour in advance of your visit.

It's so much fun in big groups, so you can do it with a group of friends or your SO. 

This tree walk is beautiful at any time of the year. Each two-hour eco-adventure includes six zip lines and two sky bridges. You’ll be walking 150 feet above the ground! It looks like a super-cool obstacle course in the trees. 

Don’t worry though. Each tour group is led by two certified guides. Throughout the tour, you’ll also get a super cool nature lesson that helps bring the forest to life. 

During your aerial adventure, you’ll get the best possible birds-eye view of the forest all around you. It’s certainly a sight to see. 

You can choose your challenge from three different treetop trails.

Mount Hermon’s expert guides are there to make sure you’re staying safe and having fun throughout it all. You will be hooked up in a secure harness so that you can walk throughout the trees without having to be nervous. 

Throughout the course, you’ll find swinging logs, nets, and cables set up high in the air. There’s something incredible about walking at the height of nature’s giant trees.

There’s even an option to take the tour under the starlight if you want to. The entire course lights up at night with sparkly string lights and it’s nothing short of magical.

If you’re a thrill-seeker, this is one adventure you don’t want to miss out on. 

Mount Hermon Adventures

Location: 17 Conference Dr, Felton, CA 95018

Hours: Monday 9 am to 5 pm, Thursday - Saturday 9 am to 5 pm, Sunday 11 am to 5 pm

Price: $96 per person

Why You Should Go: You can take a treetop canopy walk through the Redwoods and get an amazing bird's eye view.

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