Open to children and adults ages seven and over, the Aerial Forest Adventure Park features five levels of difficulty, each challenging one’s sense of balance and overall agility. Adventurers will maneuver through the trees from platform to platform by means of bridges, ziplines, cables and more. The park is scheduled to open Friday, July 13. It will run daily from 9:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. through Labor Day, and weekends through Columbus Day from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased through the Loon Adventure Center for $39 (ages seven–12) and $49 (13 and over).
More interested in ziplining over the breathtaking Pemigewasset River, renting mountain bikes, or participating in a cross-country tour via Segway? Or maybe you’d rather take a self-guided nature walk, enjoying the view of the White Mountains and exploring glacial caves. Whatever your interests, Loon has something for everyone.
Get a whole day of Loon fun by purchasing an Adventure Pass, which includes a round-trip ticket on the zipline, a two-hour mountain bike rental and unlimited bungee trampoline, climbing wall and Gondola skyrides. Prices: $29 (ages six–12) and $39 (13 and over).
Even better, purchase Loon’s new Super Adventure Pass. This pass includes everything in the Adventure Pass, plus one session in the new Aerial Forest Adventure Park. Prices: $49 (ages seven–12) and $69 (13 and over).
For full details on these offers, or for summer 2012 events at Loon Mountain Resort, visit their website.