The climbing wall, ropes course and active attractions company Walltopia has re-engineered its Ninja Course with a new steel structure and a number of fresh colour options. Best of all, it has reduced the price too.
The new Ninja Course is available with better column padding, print options and fluorescent paint variations. In addition, this upgraded structure is compatible with more than 45 different obstacles.
The modular construction allows operators to easily adjust the number of lanes and obstacles to correspond to their preference and space available. Obstacles vary in difficulty, meaning each course can challenge a wide audience.
This updated Ninja Course, which is 30% cheaper than its predecessor, is part of Walltopia’s strategy to standardise its products. By doing so, it can improve lead times to meet customer demand. The company says the re-engineered structures make a great fit for trampoline parks, FECs, sports centres, shopping malls, training facilities and climbing wall facilities.
Based in Bulgaria, Walltopia has built more than 1,800 climbing and adventure facilities in 76 countries on six continents since 1998. It boasts more than 800 employees and what it claims is the largest production capacity in the industry.