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'Low & Go' Adventure

Let your kids rediscover the thrill of outdoor play while building confidence, balance and problem-solving skills, all in our safe, well-constructed environment. With two different courses, Gone Squirrelly and Hop to It, there are 16 challenges to explore. It’s an exciting way to spend time climbing with little ones.
PLEASE NOTE: you will need to show up 20-30 minutes prior to the booking time you select for check-in/harnessing.
PRICING: 

Individuals (Ages 5 and older)                  .     .     .     $21.99 *

 

*Prices not including HST

Group discount available: Book 10 or more people on a Low & Go Adventure and automatically receive a 10% price discount.

INCLUDES:

90 minutes of play, with up to 30 minutes of training.

REMINDER

Low & Go courses have been designed specially for younger ages, and their supervisors, or for anyone who likes the adventure, but at a lower height.

Please note that we require 2 supervising climbers per every child 5-6 years old. One supervisor must be 18 or older, and the secondary helper must only be 9 or older. We require one parent and one other person 9+ to be on either side of the 5-6 year old to help them clip in and clip out, so that there’s someone to send, and receive the younger climber on each platform, creating a “supervisor sandwich”.

7 year olds can climb alone on Low & Go with one supervising adult (18+) watching from the ground down below for every 2 children aged 7 climbing.

If the older climbers (anyone 8+) wish to continue their adventure and try out the Go Wild courses, they must return to our front office and pay an additional fee for the upgrade.

The Courses

Starter

Ages: 5-7
Reaching height requirement: 3’11” (1.2 metres)

(Reaching height is how high the tips of your fingers can reach on a wall, it is not a listing of how tall you have to be)

CourseMap_LowNGo

What to Bring

Your Community Mask

You will wear your community mask during harnessing, training and when you can't social distance. Make sure you have a pocket or fanny pack to keep your mask secure during climbing.

Water and Snacks

Comfortable clothing

Full-coverage footwear

Gloves

These are mandatory; we recommend work or athletic gloves. If you don’t have your own, we sell them for $4.50+ HST per pair.

Hair elastics for long hair

Completed waiver form

Your waiver must be completed online before you arrive for your adventure. Note that any participants under 19 must have their waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian only.

Picture ID

Make sure that the person in your group who made the booking brings a government-issued photo ID or the credit card used to make the booking.

Accompanying Adult

Low & Go courses have been designed specially for younger ages, and their supervisors, or for anyone who likes the adventure, but at a lower height. Please note that we require 2 supervising climbers per every child 5-6 years old. One supervisor must be 18 or older, and the secondary helper must only be 9 or older. We require one parent and one other person 9+ to be on either side of the 5-6 year old to help them clip in and clip out, so that there's someone to send, and receive the younger climber on each platform, creating a ``supervisor sandwich``. 7 year olds can climb alone on Low & Go with one supervising adult (18+) watching from the ground down below for every 2 children aged 7 climbing.

Safety First

Safety is our number one priority (ensuring you have a good time is a close second!). We use a top-of-the-line Bornack SSB (Smart Safe Belay) carabiner system, which ensures the user can’t accidentally unclip themselves from the safety line while in a course. Climbers are always secured with at least one carabiner until their feet are back on the ground. We also use the latest helmets and full-body harnesses to further ensure your experience is the safest it can be.
In Canada, usually treetop adventure parks opt in to specific safety regulations set by ACCT in the US as a minimum. We do more than simply meet these regulations – in fact, we’ve chosen to build our park to go beyond North American standards. We’ve opted to build and be inspected to the more stringent European safety standards – ones that have been around for nearly 30 years and were created in a place where parks like ours are much more common.
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