Summer is here and I don’t know about you, but my kids are ready to get out of the house. Finding safe activities to keep them active, entertained and engaged can be tricky when you’ve got kids of different ages, but at the Snow Valley Aerial Park – it’s easy.
Where should you start?
The Aerial Park at Snow Valley has over 100 features on the tower to climb and explore, like the ziplines, slacklines, a rock-climbing rainbow, balance beams, teeter-totters, and monkey bars – and all themed around Edmonton!
There are so many different ways to climb, and different paths to take once you’ve ascended the tower. You can stick to the first level, or decide to venture further, for more of a challenge. Just like on the ski hill, you’ll find grades for each feature – based on difficulty: green, blue and black.
This year, there is the addition of hand sanitizer throughout the tower, online booking to minimize contact with staff and guests, time limits, and harnesses that are washed, sanitized and dried between each use. Guides all wear masks when interacting within 2 metres with guests, ensuring your safety while exploring the River Valley.
New This Year: Snow Valley Aerial Park EXTRA Value Card
There’s a brand new 5-pass, transferable card that you can buy for the Aerial Park at Snow Valley. The EXTRA Value Card is a reduced price bundle of 5 tickets ($29 per ticket) that can be used to visit the park either all at once, for a family, or separately (like for an experience gift for kids).
New this year: Snow Valley Aerial Park has an ice cream shack at the bottom of the park. The Scoop Shack is a great place to grab a treat when you’ve finished your climb.
Here’s what you should know before you go:
- Make sure you wear closed-toed shoes for your adventure
- Spray a generous dose of mosquito spray above
- The bravest of kids will love the high jump off of the 55-foot tall plank at the end of the course (the most brave of our kids love this feature)
- To visit the park, children must be 49” tall
- Leave the valuables in the car while you climb. You can’t climb on the tower with anything loose in your pockets, so leave them in the vehicle or in the complimentary lockers at the base of the tower.
- Dress for climbing – comfortable wear recommended
Visit Snow Valley this summer. Click here to make your reservation online, and plan a fun summer excursion for the whole family.
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