Tree climbing

Tree climbing

Views & News


Seattle Met Magazine - "Up in the Air " by Matthew Halverson Read about the power of new perspectives as New Tribe's Viola Brumbaugh takes a reporter on his first tree climbing adventure.


National Geographic Adventure - "The Forest in the Sky"
Author Richard Preston shares the thrills of ascending the old pines of Scotland's Glen Affric with his family.





The Wild Trees  Richard Preston's remarkable book about climbing with canopy researchers in the Coast Redwoods.




The New Yorker "Tall for its Age"   Richard Preston joins the canopy researchers to climb the tallest tree.




The New Yorker, February 14 & 21, 2005 - "Climbing the Redwoods" Richard Preston, the notable author of

The Hot Zone and other writings about science in our times, has entered the Coast Redwoods with biologist/canopy researcher Steve Sillett to reveal the unexpectedly complex and beautiful world of life that abides high in the tallest, oldest trees. This story is the first glimpse Preston gives us of what is to come in his book The Wild Trees. It transformed our notion of what is possible in canopy life. Visit Preston's website -- he's posted more about treeclimbing, including an impressive photo gallery.


RADIO! NPR's Morning Edition

"Climbing Big Trees to Understand Them" with Ketzel Levine



"Two Happy Climbers"

a report from tree climbers Ben and Logan Huff, Anacortes, WA



A Treeboat viewpoint by Rusel Demaria, Cave Junction, OR








Back to Top


Have a question?
Please call us toll free 1-866-223-3371