Description And Comments
An elaborate maze of rope bridges, rock climbing, log towers, a zip line and a cave, the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail is a count-camp combination of elements from Tarzan's Treehouse and Tom Sawyer Island. Built into and around Grizzly Peak, the Challenge Trail has eye-popping appeal for young adventurers.
Russell and Dug from Pixar's Up appear here daily to lead kids in a short but sweet Wilderness Explorer ceremony. Grab a map near the entrance and complete the self-guided activities to earn your own merit badge sticker.
- Open for Annual Passholder Extended Hours.
The largest of several children's play areas in the park, and the only one that is dry (for the most part) and relatively shady, the Challenge Trail is the perfect place to let your kids cut loose for a while. Though the Challenge Trail will be crowded, you should not have to wait to get in. Experience it after checking out the better rides and shows. Be aware, however, that the playground is quite large, and that you will not be able to keep your children in sight unless you tag along with them.
Very well done; 42" minimum-requirement for the zip line and rock climbing tower.
Other Attractions in Grizzly Peak
Touring Plans with Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
|No wait all day!|
|Opening Date||February 8, 2001|
|Scope and scale||Minor Attraction|
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