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Well, firstly you’ll want to know if our High Level Ropes Course will suit your needs and abilities.  Although some elements are easier than others,we know that our course will suit everyone aged 8 to 70 and beyond!  We have specialist equipment to suit every shape and size.Our High Rope elements are made of utility poles and require a belay for safety. It can be seen as the ultimate group or team challenge.

Min Height- 4' 7" (1.4M)

All children under 14 years must be accompanied by an adult (21yrs+)

Two Strand Bridge

This is the begining of your high ropes adventure. Climb the 10m pole using the ladder and the staples provided on the side of the pole. Once on the platform, take a deep breath and start your adventure by walking sideways on the cable with the support of one strand of rope running across.

Three Strand Bridge

From the 2 strand bridge climb over the platform and walk between poles on the cable and supporting yourself with one strand rope on your both sides.

Multi Vine

The Multivine is a nail-biting high wire walk across two poles at the height of 10 metres. You are harnessed in and asked to traverse across a thin wire while trying to grab hold of a series of vines for support.

Islands in the Sky

A solo element, climb the pole and step onto a platform. Get your balance, and walk carefully along the dangling platforms between two poles. Move from one to the other, holding on tightly, before stepping off to finish.

Cat Walk

This is a great activity for balance and self confidence.  Participant walk along the suspended beam to the other side.  This event shows how fear affects our perception.  Participants who easily cross a log at ground level suddenly are hesitant and nervous when the log is 10m higher.  Excellent as a team activity too.

Burma Bridge

Provides hand lines and a thick loops of ropes to help you cross. With plenty of stability and support, fear and self motivation are the chief obstacles to overcome.  This element provides a variety of options to increase the challenge level for the participants.

Dangle Duo

A great team relationship event. Done in pairs the giant's ladder is a powerful tool. Imagine a ladder eight feet wide with logs for rungs. Each step gets progressively bigger, from three to six feet apart. Participants find out quickly how important it is to help each other and that their success depends on the success of their team mate(s).   aka: Jacobs Ladder, Corporate Ladder, Ladder to the Sky

Leap of Faith

The participant is dressed in a harness and hooked to safety lines called 'belays'. They then climb a pole. At the top they stand on the same pole platform, 1 foot in diameter. If the person is able to stand on the platform, they turn to face an orange ball, which is adjusted just seemingly out of reach. They then jump for the ball and if successful at hitting the ball, are immediately caught by their safety lines and lowered to the ground. aka: Power Pole, Pamper Pole, Trapeze Leap, Confidence Pole.

Flying Fijian

One person is attached to a rope by a harness with the rope running through a pulley attached to a cable 11 metres off the ground.  The rope then comes back down to the ground and is held by the remainder of the team.  On 3 both parties run in different directions and, well you just have to see it for yourself! 

High Ropes Gallery

  • Catwalk
  • Dangle Duo
  • Two Strand Bridge
  • Burma Bridge
  • Multi Vine
  • Three Strand Bridge
  • Islands in the Sky
  • Leap of Faith
  • Flying Fijian
  • elements

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