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In addition to jumping through the jungle, the outdoor adventure tower is also an exciting choice for outdoor adventure projects. It integrates various equipment such as rock climbing, downhill, and zipline. The game in the virtual game world seems to come to real life. Playing Adventure Tower is like a game in which each of us is the protagonist.
The Adventure Tower is also known as the High Rope Project, and the idea of the hexagonal shape comes from ice crystals. The project is a new type of outdoor experience project, originated in Europe, and has been implemented in more than 20 countries and regions such as France, the United States, and Japan.
• Expansion of indoor climbing room and sports equipments
• Complement existing recreational parks and playgrounds
• A unique summer experience in a winter sports venue
• Activities and sports in hotels, schools or public equipments
• Unique attraction in shopping malls
• Leisure projects in town parks and public facilities
• Fun & Activities: Family Fun for All Ages
• Sports & Training: Demanding, challenging climbing elements
• Education & Team Building: Company and Group Activities
Generally speaking, adventure towers can be divided into micro-adventure towers, mini-adventure towers, and medium-sized adventure towers according to their area. The area ranges from 100 to 2000 square meters. One of the floors can be as high as 5 meters, and the total height can range from 15-20 meters. It is very spectacular to look up from the ground. Some scenic spots, forests and parks can be built, and the profits in the later period are also very considerable.
1.2 micro-adventure towers
The smallest available adventure tower system, with a diamond-shaped layout, can be built up to three levels and can accommodate 20 people at the same time. The low footprint greatly reduces the required investment and management costs, and the system can be expanded at any time.
2.2 mini-adventure towers
The Mini Adventure Tower System provides space for up to 50 visitors on two to three floors and is an ideal solution for smaller venues.
Fewer climbing platforms, smaller footprint reduces management costs and saves investment. The system can then be retrofitted or expanded.
3.2 Medium Adventure Tower
The most popular intermediate sizes include 10-pole systems for up to 75 visitors and 13-pole systems for up to 100 visitors. In this way, it is ensured that space is used efficiently and that product capacity is perfectly matched to the location.
The Adventure Tower system offers the possibility to expand the use of the climbing park with different elements. Accessories such as cranes or peer control systems support the operator's day-to-day operations; audio systems; other equipment rich in the visitor experience, contribute to shade and provide leisure.
The ground platform with a corresponding substructure is perfectly suited as a place to guide climbing visitors. In addition, the ground platform can be used as a venue for parties or other events in the high ropes park.
The activity platform can be used for a variety of purposes, whether as a viewing point for tourists or as a resting point for climbers.Depending on how the tower is climbed, it can be integrated as a second, third, or even a fourth floor, and at the same time as a canopy. As an event venue, it perfectly shows its potential and generates additional income.
The integrated sound system brings music enjoyment to visitors and can also play announcements for visitors. Waterproof speakers are installed on each pillar of the equipment to ensure sound diffusion.
Searchlight lighting system
The searchlight lighting system allows operators to extend their opening hours and carry out special projects, such as "climbing under the stars" or "climbing after get off work", so as to obtain more income.
Each expedition tower system can be fully or partially canopied and, according to specific specifications, provide visitors with sun and rain protection. There are many ways to add a canopy, from a simple awning to a self-retracting canopy.
The access control system ensures that only participants who have properly buckled the safety system can enter the climbing area. The revolving door is only accessible after the two safety loops are fastened on the safety rope, so that it can be properly protected and move autonomously in the climbing area. Unprotected or improperly protected participants and visitors without climbing seat belts will not be able to pass.