#TryThis: Treetop Quest Greenville

View from down below | Photo by the GVLtoday team

Hey, GVL. Grace here. 👋 Ana and I got the chance to check out Treetop Quest Greenville a few weeks ago, and as people are looking for safe + social-distancing approved activities to participate in, we wanted to share with y’all how you can #TryThis.

Ana doing her best to pretend like she isn’t afraid of heights | Photo by the GVLtoday team


📍 Treetop Quest Greenville, 16 Alma St.

What We Tried:

Ana and I did four of the courses and were there for about two hours. 

Treetop Quest recommends making reservations ahead of time – you can do that here. They ask that you arrive 20-30 minutes before your scheduled start time to check-in + sign a waiver before you start on the courses.

It’s $50 for adult tickets (if you make a reservation ahead of time), and that gets you two and a half hours on the courses. They also have a kids course (kids prices vary).

Grace, holding on to that rope for dear life | Photo by the GVLtoday team

Don’t Miss:

If you only have time for one course or only want to do one, make sure you do level 3. The level 3 course is an all-zipline course, and it’s safe to say that one was our favorite.

What We’re Still Talking About: 

Y’all  – this really was a workout. Some of these courses were no joke. Be prepared to sweat, but in the best way possible.

Check out our Instagram post for some more behind the scenes from our day at Treetop Quest.