UWS Ropes Course Offers Unique Summer Fun
The course will be holding a Community Day on July 26th.
SUPERIOR, Wisc. – If you’re looking for something fun and different to do this summer, why not head over to the campus of Wisconsin-Superior to try out their ropes course.
“The course got rebuilt in 2012. At first, it was just a one-level course, just that top level. We decided to bring it down and do two different levels. We decided to do it because Superior is obviously a great outdoors area and the Twin Ports is. This is what really sets us apart from different universities. We’re one of the few courses out here so it’s something that makes us unique,” said Nick Donahue, who is the interim director of campus recreation.
The course has some high elements and low elements to accommodate all physical capabilities. But it is reserved for groups only.
“Teams, companies, anyone that wants to come through should have a minimum of four people. It’s basically from anytime spring starts, and we go all the way until November,” Donahue said.
July 26th is Community Day at the ropes course from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Also for groups of ten or more mention this story and you’ll get 10% off. For more information, click here.