This is a beautiful course set and I Hadley wooded area with a clear out for picnic tables and a mustering station. Unfortunately my son who is almost 10 years old was not tall enough to do the main course, and not interested in doing the kids course. So we stood around with my daughter and our friends experienced the extreme course on top of the regular course. It was a very long wait much longer than we anticipated.... not the staffs fault as the children I was with were just very slow. In total I was there for 4 1/2 hours! Thankfully I had brought food in a cooler in my vehicle. I did purchase coffee from the guest services hut, I was fresh & good. After the staff member orientates you on how to clip and unclip your safety gear, you're set to traverse the course on your own. My friends son who is eight years old (tall kid) did very well, however at times the children seemed confused as to what direction to head next. A few occurrences of the equipment jamming or the kid not understanding how to use it properly or maybe it was fatigue. Staff on hand to talk you through it though. The one unfortunate occurrence I did see that thankfully didn't end in a tragedy was as the children were zip lining they were twisting in a little bit and put their hand on the cable in front of the zip line to straighten themselves out. Which could've equalled disaster in the fact that they could've cut their finger off with the roller. I watch two kids in a row do this. In my opinion this could be avoided by perhaps colour coding the wires as to which ones you put your hands on and which ones you don't!
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