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Reviewed August 20, 2014
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What You'll Get
It's fun to feel a little scared every once in a while, which is why people watch horror movies or hire an accountant who works out of an old sedan. Feel a rush with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- C$45 for one wakeboarding day pass for two (C$90 value)
- C$135 for three wakeboarding day passes for two (C$270 value)
- C$414 for a one-year wakeboarding season pass for ages 18 and up (C$690 value)
- C$294 for a one-year wakeboarding season pass for ages 13–17 (C$490 value)
- C$234 for a one-year wakeboarding season pass for ages 12 and under (C$390 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to weather conditions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adrenaline Adventures
The entire year is filled with screams at Adrenaline Adventures, where gravity and nerves of steel combine to produce a bounty of thrilling activities. In the summer, a cable-wakeboarding system zips riders along as they’re pulled by an overhead cable system while standing atop wakeboards. Groups can bond as they challenge the ropes course and zipline together, or take to beach-volleyball courts for a few rounds of bumps, sets, and spikes. During the winter, a snow machine fills the slopes of hills dedicated to snow tubing and snowboarding, rather than requiring riders to wait for adequate snowfall or use up their genie wishes for snow.
The staff of Adrenaline Adventures may love extreme activities, but they’re equally dedicated to safety. Sesitec—a German company that specializes in creating cable-wakeboarding systems—designed and installed the system, and Canadian officials certified each of the towers. In addition to yearly inspections from the Office of the Fire Commissioner for Manitoba, the staff works to maintain the system with daily maintenance, weekly tests, and their own annual checkups. The ropes course and zipline equipment are similarly cared for, and the staff regularly grooms the snowboarding and snow-tubing slopes to keep them free of sharp edges and unsafe bumps.