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Hello tree climbers, No tree climbing at the moment for reasons we are all well aware of. We’ve been having a think about what we can do for a bit of fun until we can get climbing again. We’re not alone in this – we’ve seen so many posts over on the socials, it’s been

The Big Feastival – tree climbing fun We’re super delighted to announce we’ll be back tree climbing at The Big Feastival – August 24th to 26th 2018.  We’ll be in the same lovely oak tree right in the heart of the festival and Paul, Archie and Paddy will be setting the tree climbing ropes for three days

Time is whizzing by and I meant to get this on the website about two weeks ago.  Better late than never! There’s lots on this August at Goodleaf and of course there’s masses to do right across the Isle of Wight. Cowes Week Tree Climb – 4th August We’re branching out for our second Cowes

Gotta catch ’em all… Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last week you’ll have heard all about Pokemon Go – the augmented reality update to one of the most popular video games of the last 20 years. And what’s more, you’ll find Pokemon Go in Appley Park, Ryde – our tree climbing location.

So the half term’s nearly upon us! Here’s a few Isle of Wight treats (other than tree climbing) that are suitable for all the family. OPEN FARM SUNDAY – JUNE 5TH This is a great opportunity to find out what really happens down on the farm. Our Isle of Wight favourites are: LIVING LARDER We regularly get

Winter’s over and we’re delighted to be back in the tree in for the start of our 11th tree climbing season. We’re excited to welcome climbers, old friends and new, to our Goodleaf tree climbing experience on the Isle of Wight. Scouts in the tree We started this year with a bang, climbing with 225

Fancy working in the great outdoors? Here’s your chance! About us Goodleaf is a well-established outdoor adventure company based in Ryde, Isle of Wight. We specialise in the delivery of quality recreational tree climbing experiences to a wide variety of clients. Goodleaf is recognised as a leader in recreational tree climbing; we offer the only

We’re offering some tree climbing training in Ireland this November 16th to 20th. Paul will be teaching Access a tree using a Rope and Harness and Aerial Tree Rescue operations (formerly CS38). This course is aimed at professionals who want to work in the tree care industry and is not a recreational tree climbing course. Course objectives