ELLICOTTVILLE, N.Y. (WIVB) - Many people are climbing high at Holiday Valley on its new outdoor attraction.
Today was the grand opening celebration of the Climbing Forest at the popular ski resort's Sky High Adventure Park.
The unique course is one of a kind in the U.S. that was designed by Franz Muller from a German company.
The climbing forest features 10 trees with color coded climbing holds ranging from difficult to easy levels.
All climbers are safely fitted with a harness.
Children five-years and older are allowed to enjoy the outdoor adventure. A kids' area is also provided for the youngsters to climb about 6 feet in the air.
Each half hour session costs $15, $25 for an hour session, or $40 for a two hour session. Its operating hours are from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. daily through Labor Day, as well as weekends through mid November.
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