A great week for us with lots of lovely tree climbers in Appley Park (sorry about the rain on Saturday and the rainy photos!). Our week was rounded off with a super day at Northwood Park for our Cowes Week branch out. If you missed out at Cowes today, we’ve just added another session for

We’re loving this gorgeous sunshine – hope you’ve got some too wherever you are. One of our friends on our Facebook page suggested that the collective noun for tree climbers is a ‘dangle’. So, here’s a dangle of tree climbers in the Goodleaf canopy! We made our second branch out to Northwood Park for Cowes Week and

What an amazing week of tree climbing in Appley Park, Ryde and Northwood Park, Cowes. We loved meeting you all and look forward to the next time we meet up a tree 🙂 If you’d like a hi res copy of your photos, just click here and download the ones your want. We’d love it

Cowes Week has been putting the Isle of Wight firmly on the map since 1826 and is one of the UK’s most famous (and possibly poshest!) sporting events. It’s also one of the largest sailing regattas in the world.   This  year, Goodleaf will be there to give people the chance for a completely different view ever

We’re branching out to Cowes Week 2015We’re offering sailors and land lubbers alike the chance to climb a spectacular oak tree in historic Northwood Park in Cowes Week 2015. We’ll be setting our ropes in a 25 metre high Turkey Oak near the Castle Hill entrance to the park. With amazing views from the top down over the