Make your own way to the Open Air Adventure Park, located in the mountain resort town of Estes Park. Just 70 miles (113 km) northwest of Denver, this popular family getaway spot sits at the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Your aerial adventure begins at a prearranged time to ensure plenty of room on the course and customized attention from trainers. After a safety briefing and course overview with a trainer, gear up with a provided harness and helmet. You have 1.5 hours to enjoy the adventure park, moving at your own pace through any of 32 different challenges rated easy (green), medium (blue), or difficult (black).
The course features two levels at 10 and 21 feet (3 and 6.5 meters) off the ground and a range of fun and physically demanding elements including ziplines, rope bridges, moving platforms, and swinging logs. Thrill seekers and experienced climbers will find plenty of challenges, while younger adventurers can safely practice new balancing and rope skills.
The park is open to children age 5 and over and weighing 40 pounds (18 kg) or more. With booking available for groups of up to 15, the Open Air Adventure Park makes a unique party idea, extended family activity, or corporate team-building outing.