Power through seven ziplines and a sky bridge or enjoy a ropes course offering over 50 cable and rope bridges
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What You'll Get
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- Weight & height restrictions:
Ropes course: minimum weight of 50 pounds; minimum height of 36 inches
Zipline tour: minimum weight of 70 pounds; maximum weight of 250 pounds
Number of ropes course obstacles: 50
- Number of ziplines: seven
- Zipline length: up to 425 feet
- Highest point on the course: 40 feet
- Age restrictions: must be 5 or older for ropes course and 7 or older for zipline
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 15, 2019. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Not valid on Saturday, federal holiday weekends, or July 4-7. Must sign waiver. Service fee per person not included. Ropes course participants must be at least 36" tall, and must be 5 or older. Zipline participants must be 7 years or older and at least 70 pounds. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Harpers Ferry Adventure Center
In 1992, Dewey Heffner and his son George started selling black tire tubes out of their truck under a sign that read, "Butts Tubes." Since then, the seed of this roadside venture sprouted into a company that specializes in outdoor activities, eventually maturing into Harpers Ferry Adventure Center.
The center's single-day and multiday adventures fuse adrenaline-packed thrills with the scenery of the Potomac and Shenandoah River regions. Whitewater-rafting trips play out against the crashing sounds of Bull Falls, and ziplining takes place among scenic treetop canopies.
Drawing from these activities, Harpers Ferry Adventure Center's crew also designs custom adventure packages and helps customers choose predesigned trips. They also lead team-building retreats using outdoor activities to teach universal skills, such as working toward a common goal or ziplining onto a stage for business presentations.