Different Activities of High Rope course
|BARREL CRAWL||BURMA BRIDGE||BAMBOO BRIDGE|
|TYRE WALKING BRIDGE||STEPPING STONE BRIDGE||NET WALKING BRIDGE|
|ZIG ZAG PLANG BRIDGE||MULTI LOOP BRIDGE||LOG SWING BRIDGE|
|TRANSVERSE WALKING BRIDGE||CROSS WALK BRIDGE||MULTI VINE BRIDGE|
|SLIDING NET||TYRE CLIMBING||VERTICAL LOG BRIDGE|
|ROPE WALKING BRIDGE||SCRABBLE NET||BALANCE BEAM|
High Rope Course & low rope course can be installed and build in Amusement Parks, Water Park. Entertainment Zones, Shopping Mall, City Garden, School Play Ground, Adventure Park, Large Real Estate Townships, Large Resorts, Forests, Natural Trails, Out of City Locations, Adventure Camps and free area.
Rope course is a fabricated, professionally installed course, built of MS poles, cables, and bolts, or it can be hand-built in a wooded area, where ropes and wire are attached to different trees., or can be attached on Rcc concrete footing on land.
Ropes course considered as a more advanced form of rope course, high ropes course are for people who don't seem to be afraid of heights and have a lot of flexibility and balance. In ropes course programs, these are typically more challenging and in most cases, ought to be supervised by a skilled rope course assistant. Participants are also need to wear safety gear for protection . Usually participants must sign a waiver or decleration before being allowed to participate on the course .
In High rope & low rope courses elements or challenges, obstacles are usually created over high on trees or utility poles and require a belay for safety. And may come down by zipline or climbing wall.
Some participants may have a tough time finishing the course due to its height and also the physical challenge. High rope courses sometimes vary from twenty five feet through fifty feet tall, though some elements can reach upwards of a hundred and fifty feet plus ( some jungle courses). In order to climb up onto the course participants sometimes must climb, such as by using a cargo net or climbing ladder, that can be made from rope, or an artificial climbing wall.