Universal accessibility in ropes course.
A high ropes course under construction is being designed for "universal accessibility."
That means it can be used by people with all levels of disability as well as by people without disabilities. To our knowledge, it will be the only universally accessible high ropes course in the nation. The course is the usual high-ropes course but many changes are being made to allow most stations to be used by people of all ability levels. It is to include 16 or 17 activities, ending in a 500-foot zip line to the ground. Paraplegics will be able to transfer themselves from element to element, the idea is to people with disabilities an area where they are capable of navigating by themselves.