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Almost every step reveals some new horror within the spooky confines of Frightworld America's Screampark, which the Travel Channel's America's Scariest Halloween Attractions described as "a macabre circus of shocks." It typically takes around two hours to navigate the labyrinth of ominous hallways and monster-infested rooms. The park consists of five themed attractions—with new frights introduced each season—which are all connected to create one massive, pulse-elevating experience.
The designers base these frightening exhibits on inherently unnerving locales—such as an abandoned asylum, an isolated cabin, or a hotel room without access to HBO. In each setting, costumed actors lie in wait to burst forth and startle passersby. After successfully braving all five areas, groups can spend the evening swapping stories of their favorite scare while enjoying a bite from Frightworld's concession stand.
The Wall's bouldering-only climbing facility beckons visitors to scale simulated peaks with angles of up to 90 degrees. Technicolor foot- and handholds pepper the walls, creating 62 different routes that challenge everyone from beginners to Harvard-educated mountain goats. To help to scale these manmade peaks, staff leads both introductory and intermediate bouldering classes. Additionally, the staff frequently changes routes to keep each climb fresh.
Sprawling across a combined 50,000 square feet, Buffalo’s revamped House of Horrors and Haunted Catacombs delivers fright after fright for those brave enough to enter their doors. Foggy hidden passageways cradled in darkness give way to a menagerie of monsters, from zombie soldiers wielding sledgehammers to demonic surgeons hungry for the under insured. An occasional strobe light illuminates secret passageways and a maze of doors designed to befuddle visitors as the house’s demons circle ever closer. Once through the labyrinthine hallways of the House of Horrors and Haunted Catacombs, thrill-seekers can tread carefully through additional attractions including Hellhouse: Possession, Bodyharvesters: Bloodfeast, Wicked Freakshow in 3D, and Killer Theater.
After spending hours on the faces of outdoor boulders and overhangs, the crew at Niagara Climbing Center brings back inspiration as a souvenir. With toughened fingers and memories of these natural rock formations, they return to their indoor facility to lay climbing routes on 6,000 square feet of vertical terrain. The gym's walls reach up to 20 feet above the ground and their features include bulges and slopes to help climbers prepare for real rocks or real trophy rooms of big-game rock hunters.
Although the nearby waterfalls get all of the attention around Niagara Falls, the real action takes place a few blocks away and a few dozen feet in the air. At Niagara Falls Adventure Park, brave guests can defy gravity (and their own fears) with aerial activities suitable for kids as young as 7. Read on to learn more about this exhilarating way to experience Niagara Falls:
Ziplines: Once you climb the hill, there's only one way down. After the park's conscientious staffers strap you securely into a safety harness and helmet, they send you screaming down 350 feet of zipline at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. The dual ziplines let you race against a friend or teddy-bear companion.
Ropes Course: A series of platforms, bridges, and ropes hangs suspended in the air above the park, waiting to see if you have the mettle needed to cross its 800-foot expanse. Lending you courage is a sturdy harness and an auto-belay system that keeps things extra safe.
Jump-Off Zone: If you've ever wondered what it's like to fly, you can finally find out at the Jump-Off Zone. After climbing to the top of the park's hill and securing your safety harness, you take a leap of faith, free-falling over five stories before landing safely on the ground below.