One of the wonderful things about living and tree climbing on the beautiful Isle of Wight are the amazing beaches we get to explore.  Here’s our top 5 favourite  Isle of Wight beaches for you to visit.   Appley Beach, Ryde This is the Goodleaf Tree Climbing beach and you can often find us relaxing on

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 love our family days out in the gorgeous village of Godshill. Famous for cream teas and thatched cottages, it’s chock full of other fab things to help us while away  the odd sunny afternoon when we’re not climbing trees. Godshill is between Newport and Ventnor in the South East of the Island – easy to get to

Of course we think the best thing to do in Ryde is tree climbing with Goodleaf. But if that’s not enough for you, you’ll be pleased to know there are loads more ways to spend your holiday time in Ryde. Ryde beach One of the best free things to do in Ryde (we think anyway!) is the

Walk to Quarr Abbey, Ryde, Isle of Wight Well, we love a bit of a family walk and one with a cup of tea and cake at the end of it has to be a winner! If you’re looking for a Ryde activity, you can’t beat one of our very favourite local walks to Quarr Abbey. Wander

Top five benefits of recreational tree climbing – Of course, we love climbing trees at Goodleaf, and we’ve been lucky enough to share this passion with thousands of people over the last ten years. Here’s just some of the reasons why we think everyone should have a go at recreational tree climbing – just one climb

A day out in Appley Park, Ryde If you’re thinking about joining Goodleaf for a tree climb, then you may be interested to hear that there are other lovely things to do in Appley Park before (and after!) you’ve descended from our beautiful tree. Appley is a little bit tucked away from Ryde town centre, and

There was a lovely feature on the Isle of Wight on ITV Daybreak last week, we were delighted to be featured. Click on the link below and see the celebrity in the tree (we’re at 1min 45secs)    

Recently Tatler featured our lovely Island in their magazine, we were delighted to be a part of the article. If you’ve got eagle eyes, you’ll spot the deliberate mistake…