When Adrenaline Adventures opens this summer, the Winnipeg, Canada, park will offer much more than a six-tower cable and 10-acre lake filled with Unit Park Tech rails and kickers. Visitors will also enjoy beach access with private cabanas and volleyball, a high ropes course and meals on the wraparound deck of the park’s Water’s Edge restaurant.
When to come
Adrenaline Adventures will make an amazing first impression when it hosts the first stop of the 2011 WWA Wake Park World Series on July 8-10. In addition to some of the world’s best cable riders, the event will also feature a bikini contest and live music, including headliners Swollen Members.
While Adrenaline’s three cables will certainly take you high, the park’s high ropes course can take you even higher. The 50-foot-tall structure has a climbing wall, two levels of obstacles and even a zipline that will send you flying back and forth.
In addition to its sprawling main cable lake, Adrenaline Adventures also features a pair of Sesitec System 2.0 parks. The two-tower system’s forgiving pull and one-rider focus make it the perfect place for beginners to quickly progress and for more advanced riders to test new tricks.
Keep your cash for gas and save big when you buy a monthly pass for $199 or ride all summer for $500.
Rates: $28 to $40 (two hours to all day)