Looking to get outside before the weather gets cold? Go Ape has a couple of activities in store for local adventurers.
Go Ape, located at Freedom Park off Centerville Road, is now offering Sundown Sessions for a nighttime zip-lining experience.
The evening sessions are available 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and are available throughout November. Sundown Sessions are the same price as the Tree Top Journey activity at $29.95 for all ages.
The nighttime zipline is the latest addition to Go Ape activities since the company added axe throwing to the list back in July. Those of 10 years and older can throw axes for $17.95 an hour.
“We don’t want people to feel like this isn’t for them. We’re here to help them see that it absolutely is and they’ll have a great time,” said Chrissy Very, senior site manager.
She added discounts are available for each activity when packaged with other Go Ape activities.
Since the start of the pandemic, Go Ape has made a series of operational changes to ensure the safety of guests and staff.
Staff undergo temperature checks everyday, Very said. The company has also changed their payment policy to accept card only, no cash. Waivers are also available online to reduce time spent in offices during check-ins.
To abide by COVID-19 safety guidelines, Go Ape requires all participants to wear a face mask during check-in and initial training. Full-fingered gloves are also required while doing the tree top courses. Gloves are available for purchase if necessary.
Go Ape has also extended their refund and cancellation policy to offer more flexibility for clients.
For more information on booking and activities, you can visit the Go Ape website here.
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