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Hand sanitizers located in spots throughout the property. Harnesses are sanitized. Wear layers and comfortable clothing.
Way busier in the summer than during school months. Not sure if there are real washrooms on-site or a port-a-potty so be prepared.
I called ahead to avoid coming during any group bookings. Good value, great exercise, and in the great outdoors. Date of experience: July Helpful Share.
Hi D K, Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review, we appreciate it! We're so happy to hear you enjoyed yourself in our parks, we hope to see you again soon!
Pblandy wrote a review Aug Vancouver, Canada contributions 79 helpful votes. Fun but tough. Review of: Victoria Classic Adventure Course.
This is a fun activity but harder than I thought it would be! Still Fun and a good way to challenge your self.
Staff were friendly and seemed to be always walking round offering help! Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us a review Pblandy, we really appreciate it!
See you in the park again soon! Geraldine H wrote a review Aug Vancouver Island, Canada 3 contributions. Family adventure.
It was a fantastic experience. We had so so much fun. Some of the challenges were a bit hard. Overall experience took us 2 hours. Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review, we really appreciate it!
Alexander E. Zipline Canopy Tour. Review of: Victoria Canopy Zipline Tour. It was my girlfriends birthday on September 3, and we decided to spend two days in Victoria.
I found this park online and decided to sign up for the zipline line. The park is hidden away near a community center and has plenty of parking.
Our tour only had us two so it felt nice not having to wait very long. Our tour guides were Barnaby and Alex and I gotta say they were awesome!
They had little stories with each zipline and kept things funny and interesting. The zipline itself was enjoyable and a good way to spend an hour or so.
We wish we had more time to check the other activities but definitely try out the zipline. Shout out to Barmaby who has to go back to England, hope he returns!!
And to Alex, she was great the whole time! Date of experience: September Hi Aescobar23 - Glad you found us and had a great time on the zip tour with Barnaby and Alex!
Looking forward to having you back again next time your back this way. Tim H wrote a review Aug Great family evening of climbing in the trees.
My oldest daughter wanted to complete both the adventure and the more advanced course and were all able to do it it took a bit of time. I recommend this location for very friendly and attentive staff and the beauty of being up in the trees climbing and zipping around.
My younger daughter was a bit too short for the full course and enjoyed a few times around the kids zipline course. She has a mild fear of heights and did not blink at doing this.
I think these types of experiences increase your tolerance to new experiences so recommend you share them with your kids if you can.
And she does find them. They end up dancing together in a field, dressed in costumes like hers, along with the band. Trust me You can watch it here.
Our experience of almost two decades in church ministry, shaped me to the point where I now have to undo some of that shaping.
People call it fish-bowl living, in that your lives are under a microscope. I experienced that as a woman, supporting her husband in ministry and that brought a whole new dimension to the fish-bowl experience.
I allowed myself to shrink into a corner, publicly. I adapted. A few months back I found half-price iridescent pink Dr.
Not subtle. But I loved them all the same. I battled over whether to spend the birthday money I was given on something so obscure.
I pressed add to cart before I could talk myself out of it. When they arrived our younger kids decided they were awesome mermaidy boots and that I had to keep them.
I wore them to the supermarket the other day, just because. I will no longer shrink. Anything that veers from an ordinary narrative, seems to make us uncomfortable.
Or the silent contract we keep without ourselves, not to stand out or take too many crazy risks. From experience, I know it drains you.
He was playing for change on the Venice beach boardwalk for well over a year before Shannon Hoon joined the band.
The other part of me the default wants to curl up, shut the world out and stuff my face with almond magnums. We are in the prep stage of this journey.
Luke has been writing songs and playing them with his bassist. Things are happening. She left 11 months ago. I miss her.
I still remember how she said hello to everyone we passed by, but that was her. I wish she was still here.
It amped us up for the day. In those moments, we had hope in the day before us. The best stuff was yet to come. Whatever came, we were there for each other.
As the years have passed, this has remained. It still amazes me how the right combination of chords or the significance of lyrics can touch something within us.
That it can bind our sadness, sealing it forever between the notes. Songs become part of the story our heart tells about love, loss, goodness and hope.
And this one, will forever be full of bitter sweetness for me. Grief is a rollercoaster. It gets you in the strangest moments.
In January I was walking through town, thinking about what had been, and how to live the best way moving forward. Our breakfast song began playing loudly from a nearby speaker, as workers fixed the inside of a stairwell.
I walked over and just stood there, inside a neighbouring shop pretending to look at aromatherapy oils, until it finished. Maybe it was a coincidence, but are there really any of those?
Life is so precious and fleeting. Life is to be lived and loved now, in all its messy, hard, and sometimes exhausting glory. There is beauty amidst the wreckage.
I promise. My hope is that you have your own breakfast song on your playlist, one that reminds you of the goodness yet to come. And in the end, we shall achieve in time The thing they call divine And all the stars will smile for me When all is well and well is all for all And forever after Maybe in the meantime, wait and see.
The world has gone freaking crazy. Conspiracy theories, political obsession, and fear-mongering are rampant as everyone finds their way to cope.
For me, one reprieve from the madness is music. I love thinking back to a Weezer gig we went to at Mount Smart Stadium. Live gigs transcend any current reality for me.
So last Sunday, we had our own family gig instead. Our kids are quite talented and it blows my mind regularly, they performed and that was something in itself.
And then Luke played four of his originals.