There were four courses – Green (Easy), Blue (Medium), Red, (Hard), Black (Extreme)
It was recommended that we completed the courses in order as they get progressively harder and higher. But of course, only the bravest started at red or black! Most of us began at Green and Blue. As more me, I started easy at the green level and worked my way up. The green course was relatively straightforward, yet still terrifying for some.
Apparently, two people from the team (not mentioning names) had to get rescued mid-way through one of the courses. Who knows why…
Next up, we decided to start on the red course, cause why not? Red was incredibly fun. There were heaps of zip lines which made it more thrilling. At the three-quarter point, we came across a sign where we had the choice to go easy or hard. Being the daredevil that I am, I chose the hard route, and the rest followed along. Man, did I start regretting my life decision at that point…swinging from tree to tree onto a spider-web cargo-net? It was actually horrendously epic!
I loved how no matter what you do, you would always be safe because the magnetic carabiner-like clickers (whatever they were called) would always be there for you. They were like your lifesavers and stress relievers… I mean we did sign the waiver form.
Nothing to worry about right?
Left: As Gary Nissim, Director of Indago Digital stares down the tree, he exclaims – I can direct this too.