Specialist designer and manufacturer of continuous belay systems, Kanopeo, has supplied its Saferoller system to the new Tree To Tree adventure attraction at Farragut State Park.
Located in Athol, Idaho, this is the third park in the Tree to Tree family, joining sister parks in New Jersey and Oregon. Suited to all ages and abilities, the park’s adventure courses are designed to be progressively challenging to both mind and body.
Tree to Tree Idaho offers four adult course circuits as well as two children’s courses powered by Saferoller.
The attraction’s colour-coded courses feature a host of challenges including rope swings, bridges, Tarzan swings and zip lines. The obstacles are sited at varying heights with some as high as 65 feet above the ground.
“Saferoller offers kids’ course participants of varying heights an opportunity to climb together,” commented Dan Sullivan, Manager of Tree To Tree Idaho. “We are so excited to bring this technology to our course.”
Saferoller ensures optimum safety and more fun
The brainchild of Swiss safety specialist, Kanopeo, Saferoller is a continuous belay system that allows for fast, smoother transitions from obstacle to obstacle. This is down to its continuous end-to-end rolling and unparalleled hands-free movement, ensuring optimum safety and more fun. The company is also known for its Speedrunner free-running system for aerial adventure parks.
“We’re excited to have another recreational opportunity for visitors to the park,” added Farragut State Park Manager, Randall Butt.
Attractions worldwide are increasingly looking to adventure attractions and ropes courses as a way to add new levels of engagement and increase dwell time. Among its many projects, Kanopeo recently supplied its Saferoller system to a new zipline at Zilvermeer in Belgium that allows guests to ‘fly’ over a boating lake. The attraction has proved an instant hit, providing amazing views and a memorable experience at the same time.