Interested in learning more about Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures?

No one can describe the experience as well as our past guests. Take a moment and read what they have had to say. For more reviews check out TripAdvisor.

Check out this comprehensive review from the Tall Trainer:

Amazing place for Team Building

“We went for our company team event and everyone had a great time – cheered each other on and laughed a lot. The adventure is so much fun with a level to satisfy each person. The personnel was so helpful and friendly. We have recommended it to many people and we cannot wait to go back!”

TripAdvisor GuestOctober 29, 2015

Awesome Aerial Action!

We spent the day at Bristol Mountains Aerial park. What a day! The adventure starts just getting there. An interesting drive on dirt roads to the top of the ski hill. We were greeted by the very friendly staff who suited our group of 15, took a group photo and got us trained. We were then able to get right out onto the course. We have done zip lining and aerial camps before. Often, you are in for long waits and zealous safety requirements. The “smart belay” system made it very easy and super safe! This kind of activity is not for the faint of heart! You can get pretty high up into the tree canopy and the last “drop” from the platform worried a few of our brazen teens!! The courses start fairly easy and as you progress, get more physically demanding so there is something for everyone. There is also a kids course so your little ones can enjoy the fun too. We did see a few people need to get “rescued” and the staff were very pleasant and encouraging. A great day, and we will return again.

TripAdvisor GuestOctober 4, 2015

Fun for all ages! Worth the $$$$

Before arriving to Bristol, I half expected the course to be filled with lots of teens or campers doing leadership-building experiences. I also thought that each course would require a staff member to explain it, with lots of waiting in between courses…..but boy was I wrong! The course was filled with different people of all ages…. adults, kids, teens, families. The staff was incredibly helpful. You receive a quick 30 minute tutorial and they ensure that you will feel COMPLETELY safe (which you do). Then you are basically set free on the course which is awesome! If you are feeling nervous or unsure as to how to complete a course, the staff will tell you exactly what steps to take to complete it. They put you at ease. They also told us which courses had the least amount of wait time before entering. We were 20 minutes late for our reservation and they were incredibly accommodating. We went on a Sunday which I expected to be busy, but never waited more than 5 minutes to get on any part of a course. I would highly recommend this to anyone. WELL WORTH the money!!! We did 3/7 courses during our time slot and were tired and satisfied. Will definitely be going back again to do the rest!!!!!

TripAdvisor GuestSeptember 9, 2015

Grandson Quote: “This is the awesomest thing I ever did”

First, let me tell you that there are aerial courses for all ages and skill levels. I had my 5-year-old grandson with me, so I just walked along as he did the two little kids’ courses — 5 times! There are zip lines, tight ropes, log-walking, so many elements that I can’t name them all, and they’re all in the trees. Stunningly beautiful setting. Our staff member (Chris) was fantastic! She gave advice and encouragement while allowing my grandson to figure out the intricacies of each element for himself. I can’t wait to take him back. Some other details: 1) Be sure to call for directions. Getting there is a little trickier than you might imagine because you’re driving to the top of Bristol Mountain. 2) there are indoor and outdoor picnic tables, so pack a lunch — unless you want to go back to the intersection of Rtes. 64 + 32 for a delectable lunch at Cafe Sol — and enjoy your stay in nature. This is absolutely my number one grandkids place, and I look forward to going back and trying the BEGINNER adult course!

TripAdvisor GuestSeptember 3, 2015

Fun girlfriend outing!

Our group of female friends, in our 50’s and 60’s had a great time! It was challenging and super fun! The great thing to keep in mind is that it starts off easy, and you can progress into the harder areas as much as your comfort and skills allow.

TripAdvisor GuestAugust 31, 2015