Take the Ropes Course challenge. This is a great activity for the whole family.
includes a rope ladder & snappling, swing, 80m Omega (zipline), and acrobatic rope walking. This is a great team building activity that uses physical and mental strengths to conquer the challenges.
Ropes Course take place in Ammunition Hill or can be set up privately in Park Gilo or San Simon. If you are only a few people contact Yaakov the Ropes Course guide to see if he can add you to one of his existing groups. We recommend reserving your own private group for a truly memorable experience (minimum 900 NIS for 1 hour and 1200 NIS for 2 hours).
Activities can be done by young kids, teens and adults.
If you are a couple or small group then please click here for information about Challenge Tours Rappelling activities.
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Sunday-Friday: By reservation only
Prices depend on # of people
Minimum charge is 900 NIS for 1 hr
and 1200 NIS for 2 hrs
Ask the guide if he can add you to another group if you are only a few people.
200 NIS additional for Omega
A ropes course needs a minimum of 6 people to really be fun.
In Ammunition Hill or Park Gilo 10 minutes from the center of town by car or taxi
There are stations that are challenging for teens and older kids and there are stations that even a 4 year old can do. Helmets are provided and guides work together with younger kids to help them succeed. Its a great confidence booster.
NO the ropes course is set up specially for you and there is a minimum fee regardless of how many people you will be. You can bring up to 15 people for the minimum fee.
Yes if she is willing to climb a rope ladder or swing from a sky swing. If she would rather not then there are plenty of nice shady areas for her to sit nearby.
YES in Ammunition Hill young kids can run around the site with a parent and in Park Gilo there are areas with fun climbing equipment near by but you will be responsible for your own children .
YES the guide is a trained rock climber and he brings with him safety equipment, helmets and harnesses and takes great care in making sure all participants are safe.