WDEL's Amy Cherry has the story.You can officially start swinging from the treetops!
"What it is, is a series of crossings, obstacles, zip lines, other fun things," says Dan D'Agostino with GoApe.
He says these are some of the only zip lines in the country to cross water, making Lums Pond the perfect place for a course like this.
"So we're really fortunate to be in this gorgeous park, and we're excited about getting people into the outdoors to show it off from about 40-50 feet up in the trees," he says.
The course takes about two hours to complete and reservations should be made in advance. For more information, visit GoApe.
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