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Climbing enthusiasts find adventure at new indoor ropes course

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September 27, 2020 By Climb Las Vegas

Climb Vegas Aerial Adventure, a new indoor ropes course in Las Vegas, is making a name for themselves among locals adventurers and climbing enthusiasts around the valley. In a city where the main focus is often on the entertainment industry and the rapidly growing sports scene, having an attraction on the Las Vegas Strip where the whole family can enjoy a day out together is a breath of fresh air. Located within the Harmon Retail Corner at 3717 S Las Vegas Blvd Suite 325, Las Vegas, NV 89109, Climb Vegas offers guests the opportunity to experience an indoor ropes course!

Despite being a new business in Las Vegas, Climb Vegas is managed and operated by a staff and management team that has particularly unique experience with heights. Eric Henderson, who manages and handles the day to day operations at Climb Vegas is a former Cirque du Soleil acrobat of 15 years! To say that he knows a thing or two about heights is an understatement. As a veteran performer on "KA" at the MGM Grand, Eric has performed over 6,000 shows on the Strip.

“We are pleased and grateful to have his professional standpoint and meticulous attitude when it comes to safety and customer care,” says Marshall Terrin, owner of Climb Vegas Aerial Adventure.

Eric Henderson’s experience as an acrobat certainly comes in handy at Climb Vegas, the only 3-story ropes course attraction on the Strip which caters to many new climbers who have never experienced a ropes course, much less the tallest ropes course on the Las Vegas Strip.

While Climb Vegas Aerial Adventure’s 3 stories of climbing fun may sound daunting to anyone who is afraid of heights, the staff at Climb Vegas go through extensive training to help new climbers conquer their fear of heights and have a fun and safe time while under the supervision of trained staff.

“Our operators here at Climb Vegas Aerial Adventure go through an extensive certification process that touches all aspects of safety, customer care, and communication. More than half of our operators are bi-lingual and able to communicate the responsibilities and rules of the course in both English and Spanish (and on some days even French, Portuguese, and ASL!) We will help you conquer your fear of heights and challenge your center of gravity thus improving your balance skills! This experience can change the way you live your life and ultimately give you the confidence to try things you never thought possible!” says Marshall.

That’s great news for new climbers who are eager to experience the 17 different rope course elements at Climb Vegas.

Marshall also had a few words of advice to new climbers and adventures: “We have our own professional and certified operators on the course available at all times. They can demonstrate how to traverse the elements in the safest possible way. Once comfortable, the operators can also suggest different ways to challenge you to ultimately improve your balance skills! This will lend itself to every physical aspect outside of the course and it’s great for all ages.”

Climb Vegas is a fun way to experience the thrill of climbing to high places while under safe conditions. All climbers wear a safety harness and climb under the supervision of trained staff. Additionally, Climb Vegas has taken extra precautions during the pandemic to make sure that climbers practice safe hygienic practices as well. Following all of the health mandates, Climb Vegas requires all visitors to wear a mask at all times, customers are also asked to respect social distancing, and staff are also sanitizing the ropes course constantly.

Climb Vegas is a fun and safe place for the whole family to come enjoy the thrill of a ropes course indoors on the Las Vegas Strip. Visiting Climb Vegas also comes with a few perks.

“We are also partnered up with "Breathe". A Modern wellness oxygen bar/ health spa. Parents can take advantage of discounted rates at breathe all while their kids are traversing the course within eyesight! The Entire family can also face the challenges of the course and then head over to Breathe and enjoy a relaxing (discounted) aqua massage! This combined experience cannot be matched on the Las Vegas Strip.”


This article was presented and sponsored by Climb Las Vegas. For more information, visit their website here.


 


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