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Walltopia announces world’s biggest indoor ropes course

Walltopia biggest indoor ropes course

Walltopia, a leading climbing wall manufacturer, has broken the world record for the biggest indoor ropes course for a second time with its latest installation.

Walltopia has announced that its latest creation at Play: CBUS, Ohio has broken the record for the world’s biggest indoor ropes course. The course is home to 129 different obstacles, ten times the amount of obstacles at the previous record holder, Summit Ropes, also by Walltopia.

The new attraction is designed to be an inclusive space with something for everyone.

“We created a first-class experience that anyone can enjoy – from toddlers to adults and everyone in between,” says the centre’s COO.

Active entertainment

This ambitious and fun new course from Walltopia follows the recent trend for active family fun, allowing different generations of visitors to enjoy healthy activities together.

Play: CBUS is Play Holdings’ second Active Entertainment Centre, wholly designed, engineered and produced by Walltopia. As well as the record-breaking ropes course, it also offers two different types of ninja courses as well as fun walls, a kiddie ropes course and a zipline.

“To be honest, the most challenging part of a big project like Play: CBUS is not the scale, but creating a mix of attractions that achieve the right balance between physical challenge and entertainment, for people of different ages and interests,” says Konstantin Karamfilov, Product Manager for Active Entertainment in Walltopia.

Walltopia is an expert in meeting this balance, thanks to its continually expanding range of products, in addition to its team of over 40 designers and engineers. Its portfolio includes Ropes Courses, Fun Walls, Artificial Caves, Boulder climbing walls and Ninja Courses.

The company also recently designed, engineered, produced, assembled and route-set the tallest climbing wall in the world, which is 80 metres tall and travels up the side of CopenHill, a waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen that features a unique urban recreation centre.

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Charlotte Coates is blooloop's Editor. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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