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Ropetopia's uniquely designed ropes courses turn physical activity into a fun experience. They challenge flexibility, balance and strength in a thrill boosting way, while ensuring maximum safety in conjunction with several eurocode safety standards.
Ropetopia's ropes courses can be incorporated into a variety of indoor and outdoor locations. They can be suspended from the ceiling, self-standing or supported by columns.
Family Entertainment Centers
Low operational & maintenance costs
Great for space utilization
Appealing to all ages
Can easily be combined with other attractions
Ropetopia ropes courses can be suspended from an existing structure or ceiling, or they can be self-standing.
The suspended Ropetopia ropes course offers high flexibility and optimal space utilization in facilities with high ceilings.
The self-standing Ropetopia ropes course is great for outdoor spaces. One of its main benefits is that it can have up to 5 levels of obstacles.
Ropetopia offers a wide range of obstacles that challenge different sets of physical and mental skills such as strength, balance, coordination and confidence. Aside from the elements shown below, there are countless other options available. These elements can be used as a basis for custom obstacles made according to individual preferences.
Ropes Course Obstacles
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Check out some videos featuring Ropetopia ropes courses below.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of ropes are used?
We use playground combination ropes with 6x7 wire strands, which are UV and abrasion resistant.
What kind of wooden details are used?
We use pressure treated softwood and hardwood timber details. Can be primed and painted upon request.
What are the characteristics of the platforms?
The platforms are metallic and are available in wear-resistant coating (may differ in color from the other parts). They can also be covered with wooden planks upon request.
What safety standards do the Ropetopia ropes courses cover?
- EN15567 Sports and recreational facilities; rope courses
- EN12572-1 Artificial climbing structures