1. Louise Alicea

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    I went with my family of 9. They ranged from 12 to 50+. Everyone had an amazing time. We were able to do 4 courses each. The course are some much fun. We went on 7/5 and with painted faces for the fourth got in at half price. A must go to Adventure. The staff was courteous and informative. They were available for help if you are unsure of how to approach an obstacle. Great time for all.

  2. Leon Getchell

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    Awesome time. They have different courses requiring different strength and agility levels. Went with a small group of varying age and skill levels (ages 15 to 50). We all had fun doing the courses that we felt comfortable with. The equipment is first rate and everyone felt comfortable and secure. If I had to say a negative it would be that they need some add on services to round out the day. We were all done by noon and nothing left to do but go home. Maybe add a mini golf, bike/hiking paths, a snack bar, an area to have a picnic lunch with some hammocks to rest in. Something like that and it would make for a full day adventure. Maybe they will expand it in the future.

  3. Sharon Bramwell

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    Awesome. Can’t wait to come back.

  4. Gabe Watson

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    With the groupon price of $22 a person then the further discount of 10% off that price it was magical. Three hours is perfect because fatigue begins to set in around that time and I recommend doing it at night.

  5. Jonathan Hochman

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    We went with kids aged 14, 14, 12, and 9. The oldest could do every course by themselves. I had to accompany the youngest two. There are five courses of four degrees of difficulty. We first tried the harder of the two green courses, and it was surprisingly challenging. In two hours the kids each did four courses. Everybody was very happy and had a good workout. There’s a lot of climbing, balance, and strength used to complete the courses. This is a great outing, especially for anybody athletic. The equipment is fantastic. You can go at your own pace; no guides needed, unlike other ziplines I’ve done. There’s a very happy feeling to arrive at the top of a zipline and have the roller on your belt. The clip system requires that one of two clips be attached at all times. One clip won’t open until the second has been locked to a cable and “tweezled” using a special fitting on the cable. There’s no way to make a mistake with the safety clips. The harnesses are as safe as can be. You still need to be careful because if you slam into something or crash into somebody you could get hurt. But falling to the ground seems impossible.