Summer Camp Kettleby Valley in Ontario Ready to Open New Aerial High Ropes Challenge Course

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Ontario summer camps like Kettleby Valley offer challenge ropes course activities to their campers. This year, Kettleby Valley Camp is opening a new high ropes course for campers ages 11 and older.

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The 'Leap of Faith' High Ropes Element

The goal of our camp is to encourage the kids to take on challenges in a safe and fun environment and this course fits in very well with that philosophy.

Kettleby Valley, a day and overnight camp located north of Toronto, Ontario, has just opened a new aerial high ropes course for their 2013 summer camp season. The course consists of 5 elements that include ‘The Leap of Faith’, ‘Flying Squirrel’ and ‘Rickety Bridge’.

The course will provide an outstanding addition to their growing program and give the returning campers a fresh challenge. Kettleby Valley is also a popular destination for schools and other organized groups during the fall, winter and spring. The new course will allow the camp to expand their educational programs and host more students throughout the year.

The new ropes course is higher than their original course, and provides participants with some amazing views of nearby towns such as Aurora and King City. “The added height is really noticeable,” says Peter Truman, Director of Kettleby Valley. “The goal of our camp is to encourage the kids to take on challenges in a safe and fun environment and this course fits in very well with that philosophy.”

The opening of the high ropes course comes when the camp registration is at an all time high – over 40% higher than this time last year. And with summer fast approaching, the course will soon be put to good use.

Kettleby Valley is an Ontario summer camp and outdoor education centre located north of Toronto. They provide both day camps and residential overnight camps to families all over York Region. Families from Aurora and Newmarket have made Kettleby Valley their choice for years. For more information, please contact the camp at 905-726-4275 or go to their website.

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