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July 2, 2014
What You'll Get
The need to "feel the wind in your hair" is best fulfilled by ziplining, though it can also be fulfilled by riding in a convertible, swinging on a tire swing, or getting sneezed on by a jumbo jet. Take to the sky with today's Groupon: for $25, you get the C4 Challenge aerial obstacle adventure and zipline for two at Character Challenge Course in Park Rapids (up to a $50 value).
During the C4 Challenge at Character Challenge Course, guests leap, climb, and fly through the boughs of red pine trees while navigating five teamwork-inspiring obstacles and activities. Safely strapped into harnesses, dynamic duos of all types strengthen their relationship on the Burma Bridge’s primitive cable walkway, traversing a thin rope while clinging to two rope handholds. Hearts race during the Postman's Walk as thrill seekers maintain their balance by shifting weight on an offset slack line while dodging territorial jetpack-clad dogs. Would-be Tarzans swing from platform to precarious platform using the Jungle Line Walk’s dangling ropes, or re-create cinematic thrills with well-timed leaps across the Indiana Jones Bridge. A concluding trip down a 370-foot zipline caps off the course, speeding the flightless through the air like a penguin shot out of a cannon.
Children 15 and younger have a reduced admission rate.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person. Reservation required. Subject to weather. 275lb weight max. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Character Challenge Course
Tucked away in a grove of towering red and white pine trees, the Character Challenge Course pits teams of patrons against a series of obstacles, fostering confidence, teamwork, and communication skills. A collection of low-ropes activities challenges teams with trust falls, games, and role-playing exercises while remaining a short distance from the ground. High-ropes challenges, meanwhile, soar to heights of up to 35 feet, and include cloud-scraping ladders, wobbly bridges, and the Leap of Faith, in which patrons must scale a 25-foot pole and then leap to a trapeze bar five feet away before lowering themselves earthward. To further facilitate team unity, groups gather after completing each obstacle to discuss how the course's mental and physical trials can be applied to daily struggles in cooperating with others at work or while opening a pickle jar.