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Gear for climbing in Nashville, TN at the adventure park group outings, team building on the ropes course fun activities!



The smartest and most advanced belay system for aerial adventure parks and high ropes courses!


Conventional belay systems in ropes courses and aerial adventure parks allow climbers to voluntarily or involuntarily completely detach themselves from the safety line.


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1.) What are the age and height requirements?

For the lower level kid’s course the climber must be 3 years of age and no taller than 4’- 9”. For levels, 1, 2, and 3 the participant must be 8 years of age and be able to reach a 5’- 5” height with their hand extended upward while standing flat footed. For participants under 12 years of age and able to reach the proper height must have an adult climbing with them.

2.) How long is the admission for?

Your Adventure Pass is valid all day. You can take breaks and return to climbing as long as you stay on the premises. The typical experience is 2 to 3 hours.

3.) What to wear?

We recommend athletic or comfortable clothing. Tennis shoes are preferred, but any closed toe shoes will be accepted (except Vibrams or any other style of 5-toe shoes). Long hair must be pulled back. No necklaces or lose jewelry. Rings, watches, or sunglasses should be removed. Pockets MUST be emptied when climbing (no keys, wallets, cell phones, etc.)

4.) Are there lockers?

SOAR provides lockers at no cost for participants on a first come first serve basis.

5.) Are reservations necessary?

We require groups of 10 or more to make reservations ahead of time due to availability planning, but it is not necessary for smaller parties of less than 10. You are welcome to either show up as a walk in or book individual reservations through our “Book Now” section.

6.) What can spectators do while others are climbing?

We have a great covered picnic area that overlooks the tower that is perfect for spectators. We also allow those not harnessed to walk on the base platform around the kid’s course.

7.) Can food and drinks be brought in?

We only have a limited offering of food at this time so we do allow individuals to bring in food or have it delivered. We do ask that beverages are purchased at SOAR. We do have a drinking fountain as well.

8.) Where can we eat?

We have a great covered picnic area with tables that are on a first come first serve basis. We also have multiple grassy areas around the tower that can be used for picnic style eating.

9.) Is there a weight limit?

For health and safety reason we do have a weight limit of 300 lbs. We can make exceptions for those over 300 lbs if in peak physical condition and no physical limitations due to their weight.