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Would be even better in cool weather. We climbed on a very warm day. So awesome! Glad you enjoyed the adventure! My 14 and 12 year old boys loved Wild Blue. The staff was helpful and the ropes course was challenging but doable with effort and teamwork.

Join us in the Lowcountry for high ropes, obstacles, and unforgettable team building programs! After School Adventures are back! Find more info on our Warrior Camp page! Offering three outdoor adventure courses - expertly designed for maximum impact - Wild Blue Ropes has an experience for everyone. People Love Us on Yelp Award ActivityHero Business Grant Finalist

Love this! Be sure to enroll your students before time runs out! We have a few spots open in each of these two outstanding afterschoolprograms! Just another fieldtrip day here at Wild Blue Ropes! OCR Crossfit parkour ninjafit obstaclecourse funfitness wellness afterschool charleston. Come climb with us.

Our gallery will give you a glimpse of the experience. The Wild Blue Ropes Adventure Park course offers four difficulty levels ranging from beginner to expert, so there is something for all ages. Plus, Wild Blue is the perfect Lowcountry outing for family and friends, team building, after school programs, summer camps, and more! Come out to Wild Blue Ropes, and try it for yourself! Call Us local Wild Blue Ropes Photo Gallery. Wild Blue Ropes Adventure Park boasts over 70 challenge features, feet off the ground.



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