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Flagstaff Extreme, Flagstaff

Categories: Fun & Games, Sports Complexes
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4.6/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a blast! I am a bit afraid of heights so it was an extra challenge for me. Great for teens and other people who are in pretty good shape. Requires some upper arm strength. Suggest to start in ...  read more »
  • Took my family, including three teens, to Flagstaff Extreme. We had never done anything like this before. We all had a great time. Two of my kids made it all the way through. They were so proud of the...  read more »
  • Completed the entire course today, and was completely satisfied with my experience. We opted basic entrance fee. I highly recommend gloves, we purchased a pair from them for $3! Staff was very friendl...  read more »
  • My friends and I have done this twice and gotten our "Black Course" shirts. Even though I am not the athletic type, I love being up in the air, the zip-lines, and the strategy of maintaining proper balance throughout the obstacles. It is a wonderful workout for your core! The staff has always been friendly and even taken our photos with our own phones on occasion from below. Would encourage this for those that love a good adventure.
  • This was an absolute blast! Had so much fun thanks to friendly and encouraging staff. The entire place is well thought out and designed to help you succeed... If you put in the work.
  • GREEDY WITH SALES/POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE FROM MANAGER AGREE WITH SUMMER LOGAN.....was there sunday may29, 11 a.m. 4 people & paid $200.00..reason i signed my daughter is to boost her self confidence and work on her fear of height,fear of falling etc etc. She tried first course n didnt want to do the rest. Talked to manager if i can buy one of the 5 courses just to show my daughter that its not scary he wanted me to the buy the whole thing and even compared if i was in the ball game game blah blah a mother beging to help overcome my daughters fear he wont even do a thing to help me out. Its all about sale money money.The person also incharge of giving 15 min lessons(11 am) said if all the course will be finish the person will get a free tshirt husband did finish it and went to cashier and ask for the free tshirt and he was told that "if the course was finish then will have a chance to buy the tshirt for $29 FALSE advertisement". Be careful in signing up and spend your $$$ the course wasnt easy at all. One of the staff told us that only 20% finished all 5 courses. Its EXPENSIVE activity for a VERY POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE. I wont even give any star at all
  • My brother and I did the adventure course while visiting NAU. It was a lot of fun and challenging. There really is no other place like it. I would drive the 8 hours up there just for the course. My mom was a little unsure of letting us do it because she said it looked like a dumb tourist attraction but it was anything but that and she was definitely amazed by it. Oh and they’ll let you do the tutorial and if you decide you don’t want to do it they’ll give you your money back. The zip lines were awesome and there’s one at the end of every course. But a few of them slowed down and kinda died out at the end. Some were really fast at the end and you had to prepare yourself for a crash. I didn’t mind though… crashing was fun. The course itself is really fun and each level has new challenges that cause you to have to think and be creative. The challenges are really creative themselves. There’s rope swing zip line thingies, logs that you have to crawl through, swings that you have to step across, rings that you have to put your feet in and balance across, and even a skateboard on wheels on a track of two wires!!! The black level which is the hardest level is extremely hard and if you’re really short or not strong you may not be able to finish it. The last challenge itself is a rope net that you have to climb on that is about the length of a tennis court!!! The trapeze bars are really hard too. The instruction was really good and they’re very strict about safety. The guys helping you from the ground are typically only on the harder levels because that’s where you’ll need it. The easier levels you don’t really need any help. It took us nearly 2 hours to complete. It was rather empty when we went but that could have been because of the threat of thunderstorms. They are very strict about the weather because rain and snow could very easily make it very dangerous. You don’t need gloves like they suggest. I did fine and didn’t have any blisters or even sore red hands afterwards. Also there isn’t much sap anywhere and we went in the spring so don’t worry about sap getting on your clothes either. The staff isn’t very good sales wise or with explaining things unrelated to the course like things like pricing and such. They do people in groups so you might have to wait a while before you can start. They do it based on time not number of people though so call and ask what times they are doing for starting the course. The facility is very nice and clean and the staff is very nice. I’m rating 5 stars because the focus is on the amazing beautiful course not how impossible it was to understand anything the staff was trying to explain while paying. Because hey, they’re human and it was a little confusing but it didn’t take long at all to sort out the pricing and stuff probably no more than 5 minutes. I would highly recommend going even if you are 8 hours away because it’s totally worth it. I can’t wait to go up there and visit my brother soon and do the adventure course again.
  • So much fun, and challenging. The clipping can be obnoxious but I reckon dying would be more so. lol Staff is helpful and fun.
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