Numerous ecological regulations impact our fish, yet few volunteers are interested in doing the hard work of registering them to vote. Canvass your local waterways with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25.99 for a two-hour canoeing and climbing adventure for two (a $52 value)
- $134 for a couples retreat with four-hour ropes course with zip line and giant swing, canoeing, guest speaker, and dinner for two (a $269 value)
After following one of three routes up the 24-foot rock-climbing wall to reach the top, an auto-belaying system lowers pairs back to the ground. Adventure seekers then head to adjacent docks to board a canoe and traverse as much as a mile of the river's length in either direction—and potentially encounter wildlife, such as beavers, minks, and great horned owls. Pairs are equipped with all necessary gear, including harnesses, life jackets, and paddles. The couples retreat includes all the above, plus dinner and a performance by a guest speaker.
CLAS Ropes Course
Benjamin Allen believes outdoor pursuits can positively influence those in need. This belief has led him all over the continent, building a ropes course for an orphanage in Mexico and setting up many courses a bit closer to home. Wanting to share his knowledge of nature with the public, he set up a course, CLAS Ropes Course, near Utah Lake nearly 24 years ago. Benjamin and his crew have since erected more than 100 ropes courses around the country, continuing to inspect courses and train others how to run them.
CLAS Ropes Course continues to grow each year, creating obstacles such as a giant swing that releases passengers 40 feet in the air, a 400-foot zipline that whizzes through forest canopy, and a "leap of faith," where adventure seekers jump from a treetop platform to a trapeze. A brand new Aerial Adventure Park with 16 challenging elements and a 24-foot-tall rock-climbing tower test agility and endurance, and a fleet of 20 canoes lets paddlers navigate a mile and a half of river. Many of these structures play host to team-building activities focused on developing a group's creativity and tolerance for hearing one another sing. Staff members tailor their instruction to families, dating groups, or athletic teams. They often apply their approach to athletes, such as a professional golfer who traveled all the way from Texas hoping to conquer her fear of not qualifying for tournaments. She defeated the log balance beam, departed victorious, and qualified during her next tryout two weeks later.