Ziplining involves sliding down a cable or rope with a pulley and harness or handle to suspend from. A zip line can be set up to be fast or slow, long or short and can be in your backyard or on top of a mountain. There are many zip line tours that involve a series of zip lines between suspended platforms in a variety of spectacular scenic places. Using a range of high-quality safety gear.
Rope courses are a challenging outdoor personal development and team building activity that consists of a series of challenges and activities including low elements that take place on the ground or above the ground and high elements which are usually constructed in trees or made of utility poles and require a belay or anchor system for safety.
Adventure parks are activity-filled courses with a variety of elements that usually involve climbing, ziplines, obstacles, swings and many more creative fun challenges for the whole family. Modern safety equipment allows courses to climb high into the air.
Bungy jumping and bridge swinging involve jumping from a tall structure connected to an elastic cord. It is often a personal challenge for people which helps push boundaries and overcome fear. The gear required has to be reliable and durable.
Canyoneering involves exploring and moving through technical terrain in canyons/kloofs using various techniques and equipment including swimming, scrambling, rock hopping, jumping into the water, bum slides and abseiling.
Abseiling involves descending a rope with a rope friction device to control your speed. Normally a commercial abseil will involve spectacular views and scenery of nature, allowing you to experience places in a different way with a spike of adrenaline if you enjoy heights. Setting up a simple, durable and efficient safety system is the key to a great abseiling experience. This requires having high-quality abseiling equipment.
Artificially constructed walls and grips with routes set for different levels of climbing. Climbing walls are used for training, competitions and fun activities. There are various equipment styles for protecting a climber on a wall including top-rope gear, lead climbing gear, auto-belay devices and foam crash mats.