Project Description

If you’re feeling adventurous, this is exactly what you need!

Climb three stories high as you walk a tight rope and try to keep your balance! The multi-level indoor ropes course is not for the faint of heart. The higher you go, the more challenging it get. Don’t worry, you’ll be harnessed up! Are you up for a challenge? Our course is challenging and fun for both kids and adults. It’s great Team Building exercise for you company too!

Ropes Course

$999
  • Per Person

Rules

  • Must be 48″ tall to participate without a chaperone

  • Must be able to understand and demonstrate knowledge of all safety rules and the course environment to experience the attraction without a responsible chaperone

  • Participating while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is prohibited

  • Cell phones are NOT allowed on attraction

  • Maximum weight is 300 lbs

  • Must safely fit in the harness

  • Ensure that shoes are secure. No bare feet, flip-flops, or open heel shoes. Make sure shoe laces are tied.

  • Pockets must be empty. No loose objects such as cell phones or cameras. Eyeglasses should be secure. Operators are not responsible for lost or misplaced personal items.

  • No gum, food, or drinks allowed on attraction

  • Follow all operator instructions and posted rules signs or stickers

  • Only 1 participant on an activity at a time except if a child is being assisted by the responsible chaperone

  • No running, jumping, hanging in harness, or horseplay. Operators reserve the right to expel participants displaying these behaviors.

  • The redundant slingline should stay in front of and between shoulders at all times

  • Do not touch the overhead tracking system or tamper with harness or redundant slingline

Safety Warning

  • “High Active Sport”

  • Attraction is not recommended for guests with the following conditions or any history of physical conditions that may be aggravated by these attractions: 

    • Pregnancy
    • Back Problems
    • Neck Problems
    • Fresh Stitches
    • Heart Problems
    • Recent Surgery