Autumn is the only season in which pumpkins are judged by their personalities as well as their performances in the swimsuit competition. Get to know fall's finest with today's Groupon to Chicopee Tube Park. Choose from the following options:
- For $22, you get a one-day pass that includes four zipline rides during Zip-Oktoberfest (a $45 value). This option is valid from 11 a.m.–5 p.m. on any of the following dates: Saturday, October 8; Sunday, October 9; Monday, October 10; Saturday, October 15; Sunday, October 16; Saturday, October 22; Sunday, October 23; or Saturday, October 29.
- For $40, you get three zipline rides for up to six people (an $88 value).
Chicopee Tube Park's trained staff and lineup of autumn events enable thrill seekers of all ages to bounce, slide, glide, and climb with special attention paid to safety. Cloud envy vanishes during the zipline orientation, which preps human zippers on the 80-metre Mini-Me line before testing the staying power of new haircuts on the more than 300-metre Pine Ridge line. Each zip cable is serviced by a conveyor lift to allow for repeated fly-bys of the multi-coloured canopies. All-access passes beckon park-goers to plunge into unlimited rides down straight and curved waterless tube paths, the facility's 150+ metres of dry gliding mats designed to emulate snow. Meanwhile, Chicopee Tube Park's 9,200-square-foot chalet caters to visitors with free WiFi and a rustic wood-raftered cafe.
Chicopee Tube Park
Though the winter snow has melted, inner tubes continue to zoom down the routes at Chicopee Tube Park—now cruising atop Italian mats, designed for waterless tubing. A host of other outdoor attractions complement the park’s eponymous activity. Two ziplines—an 80-metre line for first timers and a 300-metre line for veteran fliers—let passengers glide above the treetops without having to hitch a ride on a passing pterodactyl. The Eurobungy trampoline also gives guests the gift of flight, granting harness-sporting park-goers the ability to leap up to 25 feet in the air, and the spider-web climbing tower offers stationary bird’s-eye views once climbers have hoisted themselves to its pinnacle. For low-to-the-ground fun, harnessed participants at the horizontal ropes can balance six feet off the ground, getting a taste of tightrope walking without that chalky, acrophobic aftertaste.
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