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You Can Walk Through The Trees At This Adventurous Rope Course In Arizona

It's all about balance.
You Can Walk Through The Trees At This Adventurous Rope Course In Arizona

There's something about being near nature that we love so much. We no longer have to daydream about walking above the forest because there's a rope course in Arizona where you can walk through the trees. You and your friends can test your balancing skills through this adventurous rope course.

Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course can be found in Flagstaff, Arizona, nestled in the beautiful Ponderosa Pine trees. The rope course is 15 - 60 feet off the ground and there is a variety of obstacles to choose from. Some of them include bridges, zip lines, nets, ropes and more. 

The course has daily hours of 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., but hours might vary due to maintenance, severe weather, and cold temperatures, so plan accordingly. The price for the adventure rope course is $52 per person and your journey lasts about four hours. There is also a zip line option available for $62 per person. 

Before you head off into the trees you'll have a 30-minute training session. You will also be able to advance to different courses depending on how comfortable you are.

The course levels are in order from easiest to most advanced, starting with green, silver, blue, red and black. If you and you're friends are up to the challenge you can attempt the black course!

College students can even save money on their tickets by showing their student ID. Together with your friends, you will have such a good time!

Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course

Price: $52 - $62 per person

Location: Fort Tuthill County Park, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Why you should go: You can enjoy the beautiful scenery while challenging yourself on this exciting rope course. You can even make a big group trip out of it too. 


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