Summer is the perfect season for hiking! Once the temperatures begin to rise and we can finally venture outside of our houses without getting frostbite all we want to do is spend as much time outdoors as possible. But there's a super unique experience that will allow you to go on a hike in the skies and it's just across the border from Quebec!
The Wild Center is officially reopening their Wild Walk which is a massive treetop trail! This magical treetop trail offers the most amazing hiking experience which will allow you to get views above the trees across the Adirondack forest.
The Wild Center is located in Tupper Lake, New York which is just a 2.5 hour drive from Montreal! Their Wild Walk will take you up a trail of bridges to the treetops of the Adirondack forest which will give you amazing views.
There's some amazing features along the walk including a 4-storey hollow out log treehouse, swinging bridges, a giant Spider's web, a full-sized bald Eagle's nest offering the highest viewpoint and much more!
The Wild Walk is officially reopening for May 3rd, 2019 and only for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. You can visit anytime from 10am and 5 pm to experience this fun adventure in nature!
Tickets for admission to The Wild Center cost $17 for adults and include everything except their Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Canoe adventures.
Check out their website for more information!