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by Vanessa ★ (subscribe)
WeekendNotes Chief Editor / Chief Writer / PR & Communications.
Published October 22nd 2013
A Creative Climbing Centre like no other
Climbing the CargoNet


Peak Pursuits Indoor Recreational Sports Centre is home to a range of exciting and fun climbing activities for both adults and children. Located in Castle Hill, this popular family attraction includes an Australian first, the SkyTrail ropes course, as well as other fun interactive activities, such as the Big Drop Giant Slide, EuroBungy Net Climb, Kung Fu Poles, as well as a host of vertical, abseiling and leap of faith activities.

Blindfolded on the high ropes


At Peak Pursuits, a partner is not required to belay the climber; instead the SkyTrail ropes course incorporates a continuous belay system, whilst the other climbing activities feature a next generation auto belay system.

The SkyTrail ropes course includes a 3 Line Rope Bridge; Double Vertical Rope Ladder; Deep Burma Buckets; Full Cargo Net; Zigzag Beam; Rickety Bridge; Swinging Steps; Charlie Chaplin; Quarter Cargo Net and Pommel crossing.

The blindfolded walk up the Kung Fu Poles


The vertical course includes the Tube Cargo Net; Dangling Wobbly Walls; Dangling Logs; Dangle Duo; Rope Ladder; Giant Spider Web; SAS Log Climb; Timed Speed Climbs; Urban Glass Tower Climb ;Galaxy Climb (UV glow in the dark); Monkey Rope and a brand new attraction; The BeanStalk.

Climbing the SpeedWalls


Children under the age of 12 must be supervised and clipped on by a parent/guardian and children under 5 years old and under 1.2 meters in height are not allowed on the High Ropes Course, unless accompanied by a participating adult.

Sessions can be completed individually or as a group; prices are as follows: $25 for adults; $20 for children aged between 5-17 years; $13 for pre-schoolers; $20 for Tafe/Tertiary students (excluding weekends and public holidays) and $16 per student for school groups.

Bookings can be made through the Peak Pursuits website or by contacting 9894 6868.

The Leap of Faith


It is worth noting that Peak Pursuits also host Birthday Parties for children, with packages starting from $33 per child and also offer corporate packages, starting from $50 per person.

There are also regular 'Kids Climbing Classes'' held every weekend.

To find out more about Peak Pursuits, please visit the official website and Facebook profile.
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When: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm / Open 7 days
Where: u49/5 Gladstone Rd Castle Hill NSW 2154
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Peak pursuits : session are strickley an hour for everyone , helping staff go walk about kids looking for staff to undo locks.. for $20 not all climbs included some climbs had to pay upto $13.00 induvidualy.
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