Arialtrail is an outdoors climbing high rope course located in the woodland area of North Lincolnshire at the Pink Pig Farm. The course consists of 16 elements approximately 5m from the ground ending with two 100m-zip lines. The course is situated within a woodland area of 6000sqr meters. The course has a safety system called a rope roller whereby once you are connected on the system and you will not be able disconnect off the system until you finish. The course caters for children and adults over a metre tall; the course also is designed for adults who wish to go on the course either on their own or with their children.Three private investors along with a Government Grant called Leader provided the capital costs to fund this project. The cost of the project was based on a number of quotes from different companies who we thought would be able to build what we need. The company we chose to build the course was JM Adventure who are based in the south of the UK, and who has a lot of experience and a very good reputation for building such a project. Across the country, outdoor high rope courses have become a popular activity for adults and children to exercise and socialize. One of the key attributes of a high rope course is that a person does not need to have previous climbing experience in order to be a customer. When we first came up with the idea we looked at a children’s course with the thrill of a possible fan descender, then we thought in year two or three we can expand and introduce a large climbing wall plus a fan descender for teenagers and adults. Originally we focused on an adult course but after measuring the woodland area we found it may not be big enough for an adult course, so we looked at a small project but with still the thrill. We hope everyone who comes to Arialtrail enjoy their time on the course as much as we did building the course. AS A SUPERVISING ADULT EITHER ON THE GROUND OR ON THE COURSE YOU MUST REMAIN IN VISUAL CONTACT FOR THE DURATION OF THE ACTIVITY. An instructor will fit your harnesses and take you through some safety information. You can help make sure everyone has a fun and safe time by ensuring your party follows the safety rules during the activity. If you have any problems let an instructor know. Please read these rules out to everyone taking part, Please arrive 10 minutes before your slot so we can book you in: • No more than 1 on a crossing. • No more than 2 on a platform. • 1 at a time on the Zip wire, wait until the person in front of you leaves the net before you go. • Don’t play with your harnesses. • Move your kit carefully, don’t swing it backwards and forwards it can hurt you or others. • Keep hands and hair away from equipment. Ask an instructor if you need help or have a problem with anything while you are on the course. To get ready make sure: • If anyone needs to use the toilet during the activity let an instructor know so they can remove the harness and check it is refitted correctly. • You are dressed ready to go (shoelaces tied, loose clothing and jewelry removed, gloves on etc.). • Appropriate shoes and clothing. • You empty your pockets. • Tie up long hair.
- 1100am - 1700pm