I went with four teenage girls three of which have done several aerial obstacle courses in the past. It was very challenging for them. My only recommendation is that this facility provide work or climbing gloves for its customers. Two of my four girls had severe blisters on their hands from the ropes. I watched several customers quit halfway through the courses because their hands were so blistered. These gloves can be purchased from any home improvement store for a couple dollars and can even be sold to customers who may want to use them. The other aerial adventure parks we have visited in the United States all had gloves for their customers. Also a vending machine with drinks or snacks would be a plus.
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