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Sky High Aerial Adventure Park

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Laurie K wrote a review Aug 2020
West Seneca, New York356 contributions144 helpful votes
We were trying to go someplace close to home as NY seems to be pretty safe right now during Covid, so we decided on Ellicottvile and some of the adventure things at Sky High Aerial Park. We purchased tickets for the chair lift ride to the top of the mountain in which there is a lake called Spruce Lake. Not what I expected but it is at the top of a huge skiing hill. We got off the chair lift and walked around the whole lake, it was pretty and there were alot of children in the water splashing around and playing, a great place to take the kids if you live in EVL and they wanna get wet on a hot summer day. The walk around the lake was very serene. We took the ride back down the chair lift which was very peaceful and quiet up there. When we got off the chair lift I had also purchased 2 rides a piece for my husband and I to do the sky coaster. It's a little red car you sit in sort of like a bobsled that has hand controls for speed and brakes. The wait time was about 20 minutes but so well worth it. We went once flew around the track then decided to go again for our second ride, i was so glad I purchased the 2 ride per person. Hint buy your tickets online. I saved $2.00 each on the chair lift and $5 each on the 2 ride coaster tickets, plus if it is a busy day they can sell out then you won't be doing anything !!! The also have like an obstacle course up in the trees but we are older and that is a bit out of our element. A very relaxing peaceful day and something fun to do that didn't cost a fortune.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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DiscountKing wrote a review Aug 2020
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania777 contributions190 helpful votes
Sky High Aerial Adventure Park provided guests with an enjoyable experience during our visit. Challenge yourself to the aerial zipline park, alpine coaster, and the climbing forest. The main attraction is the zipline obstacle course. There are 13 courses offering various levels for beginners and kids (ages 7+) to extreme difficulty for those with upper body strength. 170 obstacles are embedded among these 13 courses. Guests are able to distance themselves among these courses. Everyone must prove they can successfully complete the easier courses to move onto the harder courses. Each course has a number of emergency exits if you feel like it is too challenging for you or are tired. Staff members are available to assist if the need be. Be prepared to walk up steep hills to get to the starting platform. As you move onto the harder courses, the height of the course increases as well. Holiday Valley provides all guests in zipline equipment training and provides a practice area with staff assistance if you want to practice before going up to the platform. Sit back and relax while enjoying a ride on the mountain coaster. The coaster will take you quite a distance up the mountain, then enjoy a ride down in your own car. Your have access to brakes to slow down or travel at your desired speed. You will receive a $2 discount if you purchase your ticket as a combo with the aerial adventure zipline course. (as of August 2020). Safety Measures: 1. Recommend bringing your own gloves to wear. 2. Safety harness are cleaned after every use. 3. Masks required inside building and when social distancing is not do-able. 4. Online reservations and online waiver signatures recommended. Recommendations: 1. Make reservations in advance. Weekends tend to sell out quickly. See available openings on their website. 2. Take your own gloves. 3. Carry as little in your pockets as possible on the ziplines. 4. Arrive a few minutes early to get through the line and get harnessed up. 5. Families with older kids (7+). Facility Information: 1. Signage is available along Holiday Valley Road putting you to the Sky High Adventure Park. 2. The park offers two fair-sized parking lots (sufficient for 50% capacity) at no charge to customers. 3. Restrooms are located in the lodge. 4. Staff is available and willing to assistance with harnessing as needed.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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mkkirk1 wrote a review Jul 2020
Lockport, New York96 contributions51 helpful votes
Our group of 4 adults and 4 teens had a great time at Sky High! Did the adventure course/ziplines and loved it. Our teenage boys did every course they had including the double black diamond, which is really challenging. We are all in good shape and I was surprised how physically challenging some of the courses were. My arms were sore the next day! It was a great challenge though. Lots of staff around to help. We came back the next day and did the SkyCoaster, that was a blast!!! Definitely would recommend!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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mjwwts1 wrote a review Oct 2019
Buffalo, New York34 contributions29 helpful votes
Once a year, our family of six makes it a point to goto Sky High Adventure park. From our 9 year old to our 18 year old this provides a safe yet great challenge and confidence booster. After a little safety training and getting used to the cables(locking and unlocking) so everyone is safe on the ropes course - everyone is off and participating at an appropriate level. Exhilarating Fun!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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AnnieS04 wrote a review Sep 2019
Herndon, Virginia94 contributions55 helpful votes
My kids (young adults) and I loved this high ropes adventure. The best one we’ve done to date. There are a nice variety of features on each course, in addition to zip lines which you see at so many high ropes courses. Highly recommend. All of the different courses begin from one central platform. It’s a good idea to start with a green or yellow course, as those are the easier ones, and progress from there depending on your comfort level and ability. We completed 4 different courses in 3 hours. I found it helpful to wear long sleeves and long pants because you can get a little scraped up. You are responsible for clipping yourself in and out of all the attachment features. I found the clipping system to be very confusing! It took me a few times to get the hang of it, even after the tutorial. Good luck! I highly recommend Sky High Adventure Park. Great fun!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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