ATLANTA - It's a whole new way to see Zoo Atlanta, not to mention an added adventure for guests who aren't afraid to do a little climbing.
Late last month, Zoo Atlanta officially debuted Treetop Trail presented by Kaiser Permanente, a network of ropes, bridges, and net that allows visitors to explore the canopy above Zoo Atlanta. Along the way, brave guests will learn more about the various arboreal (in other words, tree-dwelling) animals from around the world, including primates and sloths. The Treetop Trail is open to all ages, but kids must be 48” or taller to participate without an adult, and admission to the attraction is $10.95 for members and $13.95 for non-members.
Good Day Atlanta’s Paul Milliken spent the morning at Zoo Atlanta, taking a live look at the new Treetop Trail and learning a little more about the animals that live high above the ground.
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