This place was wonderful. On my first visit there I paid for the climbing wall and the zipline. I attempted the climbing wall and made it 3/4 quarters of the way up. The young man that was working the wall was giving me advice on how to make it to the top. When I lost balance and landed on my behind (no i was not hurt) he was there to make sure that I was ok. He even offered another chance to try for the top but I declined. I then attempted to do the zipline but I do have a fear of heights. I was able to climb to the top of the tower but my fear overcame me and I decided I couldnt do it. I was really surprised that I was giving my money back for the zipline because it was me that decided not to try it. I was upset all night that I didnt face my fear so I went back the next day. With my wife at my side, I climbed the tower but was unable to zipline due to the threat of an upcoming thunderstorm with lightening and they called everyone down due to safety. Also, the young lady that was working the zipline was very patient with a young autistic boy who was scared. Due to the encouragement of this worker and his mom he took the trip and when he came back he was so excited that he did it. Everyone cheered him and told him a job well done. While it may have take the worker about 10 mins to get the boy try the ride and I was unable to since I had to leave to go back home, I was more than pleased to come back another time because the smile on that young mans face was more than I needed. Kudos to locoropes and that young mans family.
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