At the base of Mont-Saint-Grégoire, a short drive from Montréal, the outdoor adventure designers behind The Trekking Group conceived of Canada’s largest trampolines for UPLÅ adventure park. A new location in Stouffville, Ontario, just outside of Toronto, expands the possibilities of play with a series of nets that soar amid the canopy. Suspended between trees and large posts, the vibrant, multi-level networks of spiraling ramps, tunnels, and rooms invites visitors onto a bouncy aerial plane, replete with climbing apparatuses, ball games, and giant bean bags. At night, the nets are illuminated with colorful lights and opened for nocturnal romps, which can be booked in advance.
The Trekking Group creates customizable adventure park that can be installed short or long-term, among other outdoor facilities like rope bridges and treetop platforms. See more of the company’s work on its website, and to find out more about UPLÅ or plan a visit, check out the park’s website and Instagram.
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