What we do
Excitement and Fun for the Whole Family
Affordable activities that the entire family will enjoy can be difficult to find. Taking a family of four out to a new movie will cost a small fortune. There are parking expenses, movie tickets, popcorn, and soda. Tickets alone average close to ten dollars each. Famous amusement park entrance fees have skyrocketed over the past few years and are well over one-hundred dollars per person for one day.
Spending a few hours together having a great time should not require a personal loan. An affordable alternative is available that provides fresh air and gets the family moving. In the warm weather, Cable Wakeboarding Winnipeg, rope courses with zip lines, and beach volleyball are all offered at one location.
What is Cable Wakeboarding?
Wakeboarding is an extreme sport that consists of a rider being towed by a boat across a lake while on a wide board. Ramps, obstacles, and other props are located at various points on the water to give riders height. When in the air, tricks and stunts can be performed. It is a thrill seekers dream.
The cable version eliminates the expense and hassle of the boat. Cables are suspended from towers around the lake and are used to tow riders. There is less risk to the body, no gasoline is used, and there is no water, air, or noise pollution. Canada's largest and best cable wakeboarding system is located at Adrenaline Adventures in Winnipeg.
A Training Lake
The design is Summer Activities in Winnipeg because it has two lakes to accommodate both beginners and experienced participants. The small lake acts as a training system for people who want to learn the basics. It allows people to practice and get comfortable with the sport. A cable operator provides instructions and helps people with rental gear.
The cable tows riders down the lake and makes a return trip. When riders fall, the operator stops the cable and waits until the person is ready and back into the proper position. Beginners are not rushed and can ask as many questions as they want.
The Big Lake
Ten acres of lake with six towers from which cables are suspended await experienced riders. There are the same ramps and props that can be found on boat courses. Riders can practice moves or create new ones. Personal gear is permitted, or some can be rented for a nominal fee. Families who do not wish to experience Canada's largest and best cable wakeboarding system can enjoy beach volleyball or the rope course.
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