This is one of the most fun places I've ever visited - a huge adventure playground for adults. ( The adrenaline rush of the ziplines plus a great workout of balance, strength, and problem-solving. Even the 'easy' courses were challenging for me as a middle aged person and the medium ones - wow ! (My friend and I never got to the hard courses, but they looked amazing - if I lived nearer I would go back many times to try them all.) Staff were always on hand to rescue stranded people. A few tips: a) try 1 5 and 10 first - for course 5, don't forget the thin yellow ropes are ones you can pull to receive a tool (the staff say this in the training but my friend and I forgot and did the first obstacle the hard way). b) Arrive early as on sunny days queues for equipment and training are long by midday and you may have to wait. c) There are washrooms only across the huge parking lot in the main building of the ski lodge so you may like to drive to the ski lodge on arrival, use the facilities, and then park at the on tree hut as once you have the climbing harness on the hassle factor would be considerable. d) They recommend that you leave wallets in your car and car keys at the desk to avoid having them fall from your pockets - follow the advice but keep some $ for drinks when you come back or during the day as it is a full on workout. e) The kids we saw were having a blast on the easy courses - and there is a special kid's course as well for them - but most courses have a minimum height and age so research ahead of time if your kids are old enough.
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