We are a group of kayakers, ages 53-60, 8 women. We have good upper body strength because we kayak once a week, did the long course. Positives: Love the people working there, fun, helpful, follow you around to make sure all is well. Obstacle course is most of this attraction - not a zipline, but is a course of 50 obstacles with 9 short zips. We could all do the course, but you need upper body strength. Negatives: VERY HOT at tree tops, hot air rises, was told most people who quit do so because of heat exhaustion. They have these horrid water faucets hooked to maybe 10 out of 50 trees, some are virtually inaccessible, they squirt out straight so you're drenched, some are covered in ants. A large person couldn't use many of these. We went in 80 degree weather, couldn't have done it if it were hotter, were dripping wet by station #3. Hydration needs to be addressed, this isn't good enough, people will faint. Maybe let people climb down trees when need water? Maybe have better water delivery systems? Second negative - they don't allow cameras and don't take official pictures you can purchase. Are they crazy???? This would be a huge money maker, we would've bought hundreds of dollars worth of stuff, and in fact were very disappointed not to have proof of our adventure. Lastly, they threaten to kick you off if you make 2 mistakes, as in not hooking your safety cables in the right order. Really?? I think for $64 you should get a photo, water, and a bit more leeway in that regard. All but one of us finished and some of us would do it again, but only if the water and photo issues are addressed.
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