Yes, while we welcome walk-in visits, we strongly recommend purchasing your tickets in advance online to guarantee a spot and avoid delays.
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Every visitor to Ramblewild must sign a waiver before embarking on the trails. Underage visitors need their parent or guardian to sign for them.
When you purchase your ticket online, you will be prompted to electronically sign a waiver. You may also forward the waiver to the others in your party so they can their own ahead of time. This is a huge time saver that will allow you to check and get to the park as soon as you arrive. If you are a group and would rather a hardcopy to sign, you can download and fill out your waiver and bring it in when you check in.
Anyone who’s at least 7 years old and 55 inches tall is welcome on our trails. Children under 7 are free to explore the ground trails in the park with an adult.
Yes, We have designed the park to accommodate all levels of comfort and fitness. We have 8 courses designed with different levels of difficulty. We recommend that you start your day on a yellow trail to assess how comfortable you are before taking on a more challenging course. For information on physical restrictions, please see our restrictions Q+A.
Ramblewild utilizes the world’s most advanced full-body harness safety system, and the course is monitored and guided by staff. Generally, guests should be able to look down and see a Ramblewild staff [monitor] in their immediate vicinity. Both the course and staff training meet ACCT standards, the world’s leading organization focused specifically on the challenge course industry.
Anyone who’s at least 7 years old, more than 55 inches tall and less than 265 lbs. is welcome on our trails. Whether you’re a fitness buff who loves an outdoor workout, a tentative thrill-seeker looking for safe, revitalizing fun, or just someone eager to escape from the city to a new adventure, Ramblewild will put a smile on your face. Hardcore challenge achiever? We’ve got you covered, too. For safety reasons, our trails are not recommended for the following people:
We operate in all weather conditions except for thunder, lightning and extreme winds. In this case, if you haven’t yet arrived to the park Ramblewild will try to contact you if we are closing for the entire day. If we must close due to weather during your climb, anyone that has been climbing for 1.5 hours or more will be considered a full day, anyone climbing for 1.5 hours or less will receive a 50% off a future visit.
We recommend wearing comfortable, seasonally appropriate layers. Closed toe shoes are required – no sandals, clogs, flip flops or any other footwear that could leave your feet exposed to injury. We provide leather gloves to provide protection and traction, but in the winter we recommend that you bring insulated boots, insulated gloves and a beanie to wear under the helmet. A good rule of thumb is to bring more layers and boots than you think you will need. You can always leave them in the car.
Depending on the challenge level, it can take between 30 and 45 minutes to complete a trail. Most Ramblewild visitors complete 3 or 4 trails in a visit.
We welcome spectators. All of the trails are visible from pathways on the ground, and we have safety monitors throughout Ramblewild to help orient both active visitors and their audience. There is no cost if you are not climbing.
For safety reasons, we do not allow climbers to carry cell phones or cameras on the course – they could be dropped accidentally and injure other visitors. They can also interfere with your harness and the cables. However, if you have friends who aren’t climbing, they’re welcome to take pictures for you.
At Ramblewild, there can be as many as 200 people on the course at the same time. Once you have a date and approximate head count, please contact Ramblewild to organize your trip. To check out our discounts available, click here.
We offer special discounts for various groups:
Some restrictions may apply. Please check out our discounts page here or call us at 1.844.iRAMBLE for more information.
In addition to our aerial adventure park, we offer guided hikes and snowshoeing tours for all levels; from gentle, family friendly trails and moderate trails suited for enjoying and taking in the beautiful forest scenery, to longer and more adventurous trails that will take you to the top of the mountain and back.
We want you to enjoy more than just a walk in the woods – our hikes and snowshoe trips are guided by experienced staff that will educate you and your group on the history of our land and the area, and also help identify the trees, plants and geology of the forest. We provide snowshoe and hiking pole rentals in the winter.
We also offer our park and services for special occasions like weddings, birthdays, parties, and teambuilding. For more information, please call 1.844.iRAMBLE
Yes, we are open in the winter. Our winter season is typically from middle of November through end of April. We are open on Saturdays and Sundays with reservations available at 12 PM. We are also open for groups of 10 or more during midweek. Please contact us for more details.
We provide water at convenient locations throughout the park. To get you through day, we offer healthy snacks such as energy bars, beef jerky and a host of other things for sale at the lodge. We do not offer full meals. Feel free to bring your own lunch, and enjoy the scenery on our picnic tables or inside the lodge.
Anyone who’s at least 7 years old, 55 inches tall and under 265 lbs is welcome on the tree to tree trails. Whether you’re a fitness buff who loves an outdoor workout, a tentative thrill-seeker looking for a safe, revitalizing fun, or just someone eager to escape from the city to a new adventure, Ramblewild will put a smile on your face. Hardcore challenge achiever? We’ve got you covered, too.
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