My wife and I are 52 and had decided to give an experiential birthday gift to our 13 year old nephew. We are in reasonably fit condition, but have our limitations. We found that this fun park to be a great way to enjoy nature, play like a kid, test our physical skills, challenge our fears, get tons of adrenaline rushes and get a super fun work-out.
The staff was friendly,well informed and helpful in many ways; From tips on how to get through the various creatively designed obstacle courses, to sharing funny stories and giving encouragement and praise.
The park alternates between different climbing stages, unstable bridges and zip line rides, organized into 4 different levels of skill intensities. The safety harness system is well designed so that most people can effortlessly and confidently navigate themselves through the winding aerial pathways. Our nephews father is not comfortable with heights, yet after the first 2 obstacles he was making his way with a smile and eagerness to conquer the next aerial maneuver. It is a fun family activity on the green and yellow courses ,yet can appeal to people who need to do extreme outdoor activities on the blue and black levels.
At the end of your tree hopping adventure you get several zip-line rides in a row ,capped off by a long dramatic one back to the base. If you want, you can also include 1 or many rides on the gravity powered mountain coaster, which is a fun ride, but not what I would call a connoisseurs ride. There is even a photographer on staff who captures some shots of everyone so you don't have to do it.
On the whole this attraction was everything I hoped it would be and much more. ...And more room for challenge and improvement (on my side) for my next visit! I was fun to get a small sense of what Mr, Walenda feels when he walks the tight rope!.