- "I'm getting pretty good at this tree traveling business."
- ― Art (The Beginning After the End)
- Wall Climbing
- Surface Climbing
User is able to climb and otherwise move effortlessly and smoothly on angled and/or vertical surfaces. They do not require handholds at all. This is mostly done as a type of vertical ascent. This is not the same as just climbing with handholds, as the user must have some way to climb without needing anything of the sort.
- Brachiation: Brachiation is a specialized form of arboreal locomotion, mostly used by primates to moves very rapidly while hanging beneath branches. Arguably the epitome of arboreal locomotion, it involves swinging with the arms from one handhold to another.
- Pole Swinging
- Adhesive Skin
- Enhanced Agility and Enhanced Dexterity increase the possibilities and range of this ability enormously.
- Enhanced Balance is vitally important.
- Enhanced Leap to overcome the distances.
- Feline Physiology felines have this ability.
- Pincer Grip
- Prehensile Feet
- Primate Physiology apes and monkeys have this ability.
- Wallcrawling is enhanced version of this ability, because the user isn't limited to surfaces they can gain friction.
- Unlike Wallcrawling, user isn't able to climb completely smooth surfaces or move upside down without something to hold onto.