Here are some things to know about High Trek Adventures if you’re looking to fuel your adrenaline addiction:
Call ahead for reservations
It’s always best to give High Trek Adventures a ring before you head out, especially if you have a group of 10 or more.
Team-building is encouraged
Speaking of large groups, High Trek Adventures is a great way to bring your team together or as a treat for a job well done at the office.
Good shoes and athletic wear will make your high-flying adventure more comfortable.
Check the weather
High Trek Adventures is open rain or shine, but in the case of high winds or lightning, the park will close. It’s always a good idea to check the weather before you head out in Seattle NorthCountry.
Age, height and weight restrictions
Kids ages 4 and up can hang on the Cadet’s Course, ages 7-10 can enjoy the Captain’s Course with an adult, and kids 11 and up can explore on their own. There are no height restrictions, but High Trek’s harnesses are rated for anyone 265 pounds and under.