Goodleaf Treeclimbing In The Observer

We’ve been loving the idea behind Goodleaf Treeclimbing being on the Isle of Wight since 2005(!) and have kept tabs on Goodleaf ever since, so it’s great to see them getting some attention in the Nationals.
On Sunday, The Observer (Sunday version of the Guardian), had …

Goodleaf Treeclimbing In The ObserverWe’ve been loving the idea behind Goodleaf Treeclimbing being on the Isle of Wight since 2005(!) and have kept tabs on Goodleaf ever since, so it’s great to see them getting some attention in the Nationals.

On Sunday, The Observer (Sunday version of the Guardian), had an interview with Paul Mccathie, one half of the founding team.

Naturally there’s some bits in there about the Isle of Wight as well as Paul’s experience in New Zealand’s semi-tropical Coromandel Forest, where he “spent half a day walking through this semi-tropical forest to find the right tree, a kauri, a conifer about 115ft high.”

Goodleaf Treeclimbing

Thanks to Helen for the head up on the story.

Monday, 9th March, 2009 1:20pm

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Wendy V
I took my family treeclimbing with Goodleaf last year when my sister and her kids were visiting. I got as far as the hammock half way up the (very large) tree but was put to shame by my fearless nephews who looked like little monkeys up in the canopy. Even my six year old son got the hang of it with a bit of careful instruction. Excellent… Read more »
Abigail

Thanks Ventnor Blog for this article & glad to hear Wendy had a great time with Goodleaf. See you in the tree this summer!