by Nikki Doyle | March 18, 2019 9:12 pm
By DullesMoms.com, March 2019
Summit Ropes, the largest indoor ropes course in the US is now open right here in Loudoun County and it promises to take you to new heights! With almost 17,000 square feet of climbing fun, Summit Ropes has been designed to accommodate guests as young as 4-years-old.
Did you know they recently updated their hours and pricing to better accommodate DMV families? Check it out:
Courses, divided into various levels of difficulty, truly engaging the participants’ mind and body, include:
This kids course is designed for children 4- to 9-years-old, at least 3 feet 2 inches (95 cm) and no taller than 4 feet 11 inches (150 cm), as well as weight no more than 125 pounds.
This course for participants 7-years-old and up is great for young climbers, as well as teen and adults, too! Participants must be at least 4 feet 4 inches (130 cm) and no taller than 6 feet 5 inches (195 cm), as well as weight no more than 285 pounds.
Never climbed before? Leave your fears at the door as the venue provides a full-body climbing harness and a smart belay system, ensuring safety no matter how challenging the activity. Plus, trail monitors offer additional advice and encouragement while you travel through the course.
The owners, Amy Stuart and Dan Kasabian, are adventure enthusiasts with a passion for life. Having climbed some of the tallest mountains in the US themselves, both Amy and Dan cannot wait to bring their climbing experience to the area and share their love of the outdoors with others! Learn more about Summit Ropes online (scroll to the bottom of the page to sign-up for their mailing list).
Summit Ropes is located at 44810 Old Ox Rd., Sterling, VA 20166.
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