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Skytrek Adventure Park, Revelstoke

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Take to the tree tops at Skytrek Adventure Park, where you can challenge yourself and your friends and family with some aerial trekking, navigating from tree to tree along cargo nets, rope bridges, and ladders. Kids can take advantage of dedicated climbing areas and many activities safe and satisfying for visitors five and over. Skytrek Adventure Park is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Revelstoke Edition.
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  • I stopped here for a break from driving solo. It's amazing the climbing, ropes, zip lining. This would be awesome with kids lots to do and all shaded so not hot. The views in the area are fantastic.  more »
  • The Sky Trek Zip line is a must do in La Fortuna. Its not scary by any stretch, safety is top notch, the pictures they take are stunning. Tip: Pick a clear day for incredible views. Early morning is b...  more »
  • We took our 3 year old here. Thank goodness he had just had his nap. he loved every moment he was there. it was chilly and damp when we arrived but that never stopped him from climbing and going and g...  more »
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  • Don't pay for anything if the weather is less than pristine. They don't give refunds, only credits for 3 months. We paid for a course run, got the training done and they said because of the rain they couldn't let us go on. They only write the credit on the back of your receipt too, so you cannot lose it!!! $80 for 2 youth green course runs. Very pricey!!! Don't risk it if the weather isn't perfect or you can't go back!!
  • We were not going to stop because we were traveling home and would arrive at 11:00 PM as it was. I pulled up the web page and it said last group 4:30 PM. So I stopped know we would now arrive home at 1ish in the morning. However we do stupid things for our children and went. Paid the full amount which is extremely expensive. Went through the training course with a very nice and friendly gent. Then were off...my daughter and I were the first on our group to start. Things were going well until you decide to go double black diamond and she slows to a halt. Fast forward...they allow everyone to try the harder course, which is cool...but the groups are not spread out enough for this. The hardest two obsticals a are at the end of the course and you start waiting many before that. We had the last four to go and it took 45 min to compete two of them because two full groups were pile up in front. After waiting another another 15 minutes on a stand the lady on the ground directed out entire group to take an easier root and leave cause the park was closing. So we did not get to take the big jump at the end (the main reason to take the harder side) Some rules were only three at a time on a platform, at the end they were filling them with 5 and 6 just to keep a few people moving. Why have safety rules and not follow? So we paid full amount, stood around for ever and didn't not get to finish. Made it home at 1:30 in the morning and they did not even offer a discount after I complained. The lady at the desk said, ohhh well you didn't miss that many at the end anyway. Nope! Only the hardest two...the reason we took the hard side and the big 6 foot jump at the end that's all. She did say then you can climb back up and take the jump. I said no, we climbed down, had our gear off and must travel home and arrive very late. Great concept but young people are in charge who have limited experience in time management. Pretty good gig for them. Charge 40 on average X 10 in our group and it's a great gig for them to just say times up! Funny as I looked for the price we payed it says on the hours page no new guest after 3PM we arrives and paid at 3:50 PM FOLLOW YOUR OWN RULES!
  • A very complex ropes course which is challenging for anyone over 47 inches (the height limit.) The cost for the course is expensive and can be quit at any of the transitions to the next harder level. Due to launching in "groups" the course has a tendency to back up depending on when the younger or slower members of the group tend to reside. My 9 year old was able to successfully complete all but the last two obstacles which she opted for the slightly easier route out of double black diamond. There is a lot of waiting on the course, and expect to take at least 3 hrs if there are others on the course. Not sure I'd do it again, but it was very enjoyable for a one time run through.
  • Incredible!! Awesome and super friendly staff. A MUST for the summer! You could tell the staff loved their jobs and they had so much fun with the kids!! All the way from Hong Kong, mom of 3 gingies was over impressed :) See you all next year!!
  • Outstanding experience for my family this weekend. Our guide was pleasant, extremely patient and very helpful. We did all four Skytrek courses, the Tower and the Swing... Extremely affordable, great for all ages and we will absolutely be returning..