CASTLE ROCK EPIC SKY TREK TOWER COLORADO- USA

CONGRATULATIONS ON THE GRAND OPENING!

KristallTurm North America wishes to congratulate Ty Seufer and The Castle Rock zip line team on the Grand Opening of their epic Sky Trek Tower in Castle Rock, Colorado.

As the latest KristallTurm KT90 high ropes course in the United States, the Epic Sky Trek Tower is a spectacular sight to behold. Looking down over the city of Castle Rock’s recreational masterpiece, the Phillip S. Miller Park, the Epic Sky Trek Tower is a unique aerial adventure course; a jewel in the crown of adventure sports visionary Ty Seufer.

Owner of Castle Rock Zip Line Tours, the Epic Adventure Tower, and Royal Gorge Rafting, Ty chose to invest with KristallTurm North America to deliver a one of a kind experience and high ropes course product. The KristallTurm KT90 modular ropes course is the first of its kind in Colorado and in the Western United States!

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Not one to settle for anything less than 110%, Ty steered the look and feel of the Epic Sky Trek Tower alongside KristallTurm COO JP. Tondreau. Together they incorporated the latest in modern aerial adventure course technology and pushed the envelope on what’s possible.

Backed by KristallTurm’s impeccable safety record for over 10 years, in 10 different countries, and now 30+ parks world-wide, the Epic Sky Trek Tower incorporates the latest games, elements, and activities for ages 4 upwards.

With a dedicated 19 game kids route on the ground level (for ages 4-6), plus 90+ games on levels 1-3, there is something for everyone.

The theme for this high ropes tower was Epic adventure and the themed elements include a white water raft, ski bridge, snowboard balance bridge, sea kayak traverse, Khumbu crevasse ladder, plus much more. The high ropes games are graded like runs on a ski hill: green, blue, black, and double black.

  • If you are a hard core 5.11+ climbing Mom with active kids, go test yourself on the upper level double black “Ninja warrior”
  • If you are athletic and looking to test your physical limits, sign up for the hall of fame test. Attempt 110 elements in the fastest time
  • If you are a first timer and afraid of heights, there are games you’ll find rewarding on the first level.

The view from the picnic tables on the top deck of the high ropes course is worth the entrance fee alone.

It’s easy to see why the Epic Sky Trek Tower and Phillip S. Miller Park will soon become a favorite family getaway for years to come in Castle Rock, Colorado.

With the Grand Opening on Memorial Day weekend, attendance numbers surpassed expectations. Visit the Castle Rock Zip Line Tours Facebook page to find out more about the Epic Sky Trek Tower aerial adventure park.

With the raising of the first mast of the tower, the high ropes course went up in record time in the face of major weather barriers and difficulties. A freak snow storm in early May tested the endurance of our install crew and in the span of 25 days, our IRATA certified riggers, under the direction of KristallTurm CTO Mark Da Costa, went on to complete the incredible high ropes course installation with 100% safety.

On behalf of the KristallTurm aerial ropes course team, we are delighted to deliver our aerial adventure technology to Castle Rock Zip Line Tours and we welcome Ty and his team to the family of KristallTurm visionaries and owners!

To learn more about our aerial ropes course technology, visit our KristallTurm value proposition page or download information about our high ropes course products.

To find our more about investing in a KristallTurm high ropes course, call us at 1-778-785-0188 or send us an email.

 

 

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3 Comments
  • john adams
    Posted at 14:32h, 30 May Reply

    would like to know the cost of this model

  • SusanSeufer
    Posted at 23:11h, 30 May Reply

    So exciting. Proud and happy to be your loving mother.

  • Tommy Seufer
    Posted at 13:16h, 31 May Reply

    Way to go Son, I am extremely excited about your latest venture. Love Dad

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