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Granted, there’s an intrusive, theme park feel to some canopy walks. But they do tap a generational desire for more extreme experiences in nature. Zip-lining and rope-and-harness tree-climbing do that, too. For people with disabilities, those methods are probably more inclusive than canopy walks that require climbing flights of stairs into the treetops. One canopy...
There are only a handful of these "wild playgrounds" in the country. They embrace the theory that free, unstructured play is vital for children and offer an antidote to the hurried lifestyles, digital distractions and overprotective parents that can leave children few opportunities to really cut loose.
It's really central that kids are able to take their natural...
The Many Benefits of Outdoor Play In Kindergarten
For the typical kindergartner, unstructured free play during the school day consists of 20 to 30 minutes of recess, and perhaps some time at indoor “stations” — perhaps creating with building blocks, costumes, or musical instruments. But what if there was more? What if the answer to “what did you do in school today?” was, “I climbed a t...
Saferoller is a safety solution with an integrated trolley for the continuous and completely safe transport of customers in high ropes courses, climbing and adventure parks. Saferoller was developed for the whole family and is suitable for children of 4 years or older as well as people with reduced mobility or a mental disability...
In “7 Seconds of Terror,  Free Fall to Mars,” guests climb stairs to a platform about 27 feet above the floor. After putting on a safety harness, guests descend to a padded landing zone, slowed by eddy current braking, the self-regulating braking technology that we use in all of our devices...