Climb your way to the top of this adventure course. The high ropes adventure course is designed to test your skills, but also allows you the comfort of going at your own pace and height you desire. Once you’re geared up and are given a brief training on some ground level course, you’re free to climb the course. Participants hook and unhook their two carabiner lanyard safety systems themselves and staff are situated throughout the course if help is needed.
There are more than 50 challenges like a single rope walk, log walk, rope bridge and ladders, all 40 feet in the air. To complete the entire course (which is not necessary), it could take two and half hours. The smaller (but still 12 feet off the ground) Kids Adventure Course is for ages 6 to 12 and offers 10 elements like a swinging bridge and climbing walls.
When you want a break from climbing, sail down the 600-foot-long tandem zip-line, which starts 30 feet off the ground. Visitors can choose a zip-line package only or get a combo pass that includes climbing and zip-lining. And if heights are not your thing, then you could try laser tag, which takes place on the ground.
First group starts at 10 a.m. and the last group starts at 4:30 p.m.; tours start every 30 minutes.
Rates vary based on activity and level.
Children ages 6 and older are permitted to climb. People must also be under 250 pounds to climb.
Free parking is available in a nearby lot. Restrooms are located near the parking lot, not near the climbing facility.