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Open Air Adventure Park, Estes Park

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  • I'll admit it, I HATE heights. But, my wife and kids both love doing this kind of stuff and have no fear. So, I end up having to climb up 40 feet and walk across a wire. The course is very fun with lo...  more »
  • We had a fun family experience (with friends too). Staff is super friendly and informative. A good test of your mental strength as well as physical. And the kids (teens) really liked it. 90 minutes is...  more »
  • We were greeted by the owner himself and what a nice guy he is! I took two 12 yr olds and two 10 year old girls. One is a bit timid and the others like a big challenge. They stayed up for the whole ti...  more »
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  • My husband and I had a TON of fun on their obstacle course! It is definitely worth the price. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and they are particularly supportive of kids/adults that are afraid of heights. I would recommend going on an "off" day (not a weekend) so you have the best chance of moving from obstacle to obstacle at your own pace. Make sure you wear clothes that will fit comfortably under a climbing harness and close-toed, laced shoes (flats or heels are NOT the right footwear for this).
  • We took our Middle School and High School students to the Adventure Park and they had a GREAT time!! They were challenged to work together and encourage each other as they had a blast "hanging around" on the ropes course. The staff was GREAT with our group! I would GREATLY recommend this experience to both locals and tourists!
  • What an exhilarating experience! I and a friend are both senior citizens and we could not have had a better time. The individuals who assisted us were exemplary. Check in was a breeze as Open Air has wonderful software that enables the participant to sign the wavier online. Gloves are available at a minimal cost. The instructors are young enthusiastic adults who truly love working at Open Air Adventure Park. I am going to return in the very near future as it is fun, challenging, in a most beautiful setting, has employees who are all smiles and encouraging.
  • This is a great place! It's a little smaller than some other courses but also half the price and an excellent value especially for kids or an inexperienced climber. It offers quite the workout. You will be sore from using some muscles you didn't know you had. The double-redundant safety system is superior and offers ease of switching elements with full confidence in safety. The staff was exceptionally friendly, knowledgable, and fun with their encouragement to push harder, climb higher, and conquer fears. You feel like you are much higher than you are. That said, the views of Estes are phenomenal from every vantage.
  • Had a lot of fun. As an adult I enjoyed it. The teens had a blast and went a second time a couple of days later. I went a second time to take the two little "mountain goats" on it. It was not at a "peak" time when the little ones went on it, so the staff was able to help them a bit. The staff was absolutely amazing with the little kids. Everyone was friendly and the place was well-run. I felt completely safe on there for myself, the teens, and even the five-year-old. I suggest going at an "off" time of the day, if you can. When I took the teens we made online reservations and I am glad we did. It was pretty busy and we all had to wait our turn to get on. It was still a lot of fun and we got to see some really cool ways to do things, ways we would not have thought of. When we went the second time we were later in the day and were able to just walk in. There were very few people climbing around, so it was easier to deal with the little ones, and we did not have any waiting time to get going. Highly recommended.