Booked already? Here's a few more things to know...

It is easiest to follow our link to the electronic version. Minors must have signature of their legal guardian. Aunties, Grandparents or BBF parents' signatures will not suffice. If you are bringing extra youth arrange legal waivers for everyone by involving each child's guardian.

You may want to bring a lunch for our picnic area or a nearby beach. Water and light refreshments are available. Cameras are permitted when secured to you. GoPros may not be attached to our mandatory helmets. There are killer views so bring your glasses! If you have a gift certificate or coupon the original hardcopy must be presented.

Helmets are provided. Dress in comfortable layers (for summer heat or drizzly rain as tours run rain or shine. Wear closed-toed shoes. When doing the aerial park trekking note two things: 1) you may bring your own gloves if you are going to play hard 2) you may come in contact with tree sap.

No drugs, alcohol, or gum. Have pockets empty and anything brought with you secured to your body. Zipline has weight restrictions 50-270lbs. Aerial Park has only height restrictions - everyone must reach the 5'11" handholds. Monkey Play Park is restricted to ages 3 to 11yo.

Many people photograph Kalamalka Lake and the Oyama peninsula from here. There are auto-timed photos taken of everyone on the zipline course (available for purchase for a nominal fee after your tour). Cameras and phones may get dropped or damaged, if you risk taking one, be sure it is secure.

The more the merrier. Invite your friends and increase your party to eight then we'll give you all a discount (even if you've booked already!). Another thing to consider a discounted add-on: one of our other adventures while you are here. We have three distinct parks: 7 Zipline Tour, Aerial Obstacles including 6 more zip lines, and the Monkey Play Park.
GPS: 5617 Oyama Lake Road, Oyama, BC. Turn at Turtle Bay or Gatzke Road and follow the green arrows. We are only 7 minutes off Hwy 97 in Oyama. Plan to cruise around the District of Lake Country as it is one on the most scenic areas of the Okanagan.