Innovative Leisure is pleased to announce it has installed high ropes attractions at two brand new UK locations, the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham and North Bay Railway in Scarborough.
The National Water Sports Centre have installed a double level Navigatorcourse which pits its adventurous clientele against 36 hair raising rope elements at heights of up to 8 metres. Patrons need never feel at risk as the course’s cutting edge continuous belay system ensures maximum safety with enough freedom to create an adrenaline fueled sense of danger. If you’re above 1m in height and have an adult with you or 1.2m tall on your own, you can test your nerve across tight rope walks and cargo nets amongst the many elements the course offers. With a throughput of over 200 participants per hour, the Nottingham Sky Trail is sure to please thousands of dare-devils this summer and beyond.
The youngest of children will not be left out either as the Holme Pierpoint site has also added a Sky Tykes Junior Ropes Course which gives children from as young as 2 years old against challenging rope elements just like the bigger Sky Trail Course. Utilising the same belay system as Sky Trail, the Sky Tykes also have the option of holding their parents hand as they tackle rope bridges and plank walks.
Set in the idyllic Scarborough hills, North Bay Railway has been a popular local tourist attraction for many a decade. The park offers a collection of immaculately maintained mini engines, which travel to the other side of the bay along the scenic Scarborough coast, alongside a boating lake and a traditional 19th century water chute. The park is now ready to appeal to a more adventurous audience with the installation of its Sky Trail High Ropes Course. Not unlike the Nottingham course, the double level Navigator will take visitors far from their comfort zone and to dizzying heights to face its many rope elements. With the train travelling directly beneath the course, the ropes will offer the best view of the Peasholme Park site ever seen before.