2021 Summer High Ropes Challenge
2021 Summer High Ropes Challenge Dates
Click a session below to read more about summer high ropes and register! Read frequently asked questions below.
Events for October 2021 › High Ropes Challenge
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Frequently asked questions
We ask that everyone arrives 5-10 minutes before the start time. You can use this time to get a drink of water or use the restrooms. If you are running late, please give us a call at 507-467-2437.
We strongly advise pre-registering online to ensure you get a spot! There is a maximum number of participants allowed at each session, so if all spots are already filled for the day/time you show up you will not be able to go on the course.
Height is more important than age for the course. We require a participant to be at least 30” tall from the ground to their belly button.
Participants under 18, accompanied by someone other than their parent/guardian, must provide a medical form signed by a parent/guardian to participate. Please print and sign this form and present at check-in.
The course will be open rain or shine. Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions. The event will only be called off if the instructors deem the weather unsafe and in that instance if you have not attemped the course you will be provided a refund.
The time for the event can take anywhere from 1-3 hours. Included in the time for the high ropes course event: walking to the course, going through equipment and safety protocols, watching an instructor demonstrate the course and then each individual enters the course. Your exact amount of time is usually determined by when you ascend the course in relation to the other participants as well as how many times you choose to go through the course in the allotted time. The course itself takes anywhere from 10-40 minutes for each individual. Once you (and any individuals you came with) are finished with the course, you are free to leave.
There are lots of trails to hike at Eagle Bluff. Maps are available to guide you on you exploration of deciduous woods, rolling prairies, coniferous woods, or the Root River. Besides hiking, we have a few very unique overlooks at the bluff or you can do some geocaching (geocaching.com). There are also picnic tables around campus for public use.
To receive a full refund a cancellation must be made at least 24 hours prior to the start of the event or by 4pm Friday for a weekend event, whichever comes first. You can request a refund through your ticket in your Eventbrite account (click here to learn how).
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