BOUNCEinc has just opened their latest offer for adrenaline addicted Adelaidians looking to push their physical limits with the opening of their X-Park obstacle course. We were lucky enough to be among the first to test it out.
Featuring a parkour set up, rock climbing wall, tight rope and a flying fox, this course is suitable to those from the hardcore parkour lovers, to the unfit and uncoordinated (such as myself).
You can push yourself out of your comfort zone and test your physical limits when it comes to agility and strength, or navigate the course comfortably. Worry not, for those completely lacking in upper body strength, you can always just skip the section, no obstacle is mandatory.
The penultimate obstacle is a brief yet exhilarating zip down the flying fox and is a must do. X-Park is now open to the public, and entry is included in the cost of a ticket (which is $17). If you’re a student and looking to save some precious dollarydoos, between Monday and Friday you can score a ticket for just $11.50, which will include your BOUNCEinc socks.
For BOUNCEinc enthusiasts, do take note that the signature BOUNCEinc socks won’t cut it on the obstacle course, you must bring sneakers of some variety to complete the X-Park obstacle course.
Tickets can be booked here.
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