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Ropes Course outing

Sandy Spring Adventure Course is great way to try a ropes course for the first time as you belay yourself and climb at your own pace. It is totally safe, and this new belaying system is changing the way ropes courses are now built. (I used to supervise traditional ropes courses at YMCA camps I've directed.)

This course has been open for 4 seasons and keeps getting better, but now that the word is out, they no longer offer Groupons or many other deals.

http://sandyspringadventurepark.org/

The video below that they just made last fall is the first one that finally does a good job of showing how the whole thing works.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sU3591K7WXo

Read the FAQ and website carefully and if you have questions, email me. We'll do future trips there this spring/summer if you want to try with others but aren't free this Saturday. 

I'm taking my son and 3 other friends plan to join us at this point (one with kids, two without).

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