It is the one I recommend most, though I may be biased, as I work there.
It's the only one of it's kind in this area. A wonderful, safe climbing experience for whole families! There is a minimum age of 5, but after that it is based on height. If a child, age 5 or older, can reach over 4' with their arms over their head they are tall enough to go on the kid's course.
On the Adventure Course, the main structure, there are three zip lines. The two longer ones, going off the third level righ next to each other, perfect for racing with your friends and family members. The smaller going off the second level to the ground. There is also the giant swing off the second level where you free fall off the platform and just swing for a little while. The obstacles on the course themselves are also a lot of fun.
New this year is the Ziptrek course through the woods. After a short, easy hike through the woods to ground school, where you learn the rules and how to use your equipment, and to the beginning of the course, you head up into the trees. Most of the things going from tree to tree are ziplines, with a couple of other obstacles thrown in, ending with a big zipline to the ground. Insect repellant is advised, as the Mosquitos are pretty bad in the area, especially at ground school. Aside from the minor annoyance of Mosquitos and other bugs, Ziptrek is a lot of fun, it's certainly my favorite of the two courses.
I was afraid of heights, terrified. I have wanted to get over this fear for a long time, being at Monkey Trunks has definitely helped me a lot. Partially from being exposed to heights so often, and partially because of all the amazing people who I work with.
If you do decide to visit, say that you came from my blog, I might be there!
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