Ramblewild is a high-ropes aerial park, ideal for a family-friendly day of outdoor recreation in the Berkshires. Upon arrival at the aerial park, visitors will find an expansive array of ziplines and obstacles in a dense hemlock forest. The park features several aerial adventure trails that vary in difficulty and ensure a diverse experience. On each route, visitors will move between tree platforms, travel on ziplines, and encounter numerous obstacles. Beginners can start on a yellow trail and gradually work toward the black diamonds. For thrill-seekers, the expert trails will provide plenty of challenges during a long day of climbing. There is also a "basecamp experience" with easier obstacles, perfect for younger kids and those afraid of heights.
While in the hemlock forest, visitors will likely see many local Western Massachusetts wildlife species. For visitors on higher platforms, bird species are often easy to spot in the forest canopy.
The park offers guided experiences for groups of 4 to 8. There are also limited self-guided climbing sessions throughout the year's warmer months.
Visitors will find the parking lot for Ramblwild off eastbound Brodie Mountain Road, which runs between Route 7 and Hancock Road.