A few tips to make our zip line by fjwuxn

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									             A few tips to make our zip line tour more comfortable for everyone:
These tours take a few hours. You are permitted to take a back pack (day packs) with you so you
can carry a water bottle, snacks, bug spray, suntan lotion, and a camera if you wish.

     Basically there are two zip tours you can choose from. They are described below:


“Vertigo” - This tour is longer and more physically and mentally challenging than the Easy Rider.
This tour consists of four zip lines including the famous “Tower Zip”, a 333 foot fast zip taking you
into the rock climbing tower. Many guests say this zip alone is worth the price of admission. In
addition to the four zips there is a cargo net, a Charlie Chaplin bridge, a rope vine traverse, and a
railroad bridge. The maximum tree platform height is approximately 40 feet and the longest zip is
333 feet. This tour can take between 1 hour l5 minutes to 2 1⁄2 hours to complete harness to un-
harness depending on group size and ability. This tour is available to anyone of moderate or
better physical condition. If you can do 10 sit-ups and push-ups and walk up a flight of stairs
without huffing and puffing you can do this tour.

Group Rate for ten or more: $50 plus 10% gratuity for the guide.

“The Full Monty” - This tour combines the two previous tours and includes all of the above. This
tour can take between 2 hours and 4 hours to complete harness to un-harness depending on
group size and ability. There are also three moderate speed zip lines, a Burma bridge and a
rappel. This tour has the same physical demands as “Vertigo”.

Group Rate of ten or more: $69 plus 10% gratuity for the guide.

I will be on the “Full Monty Tour” Its much longer and a better buy for the money (in my opinion.)

                                  Here is what you have to do:

    1) Pick a tour (we must have ten or more for each tour to receive the discount!)
    2) Send me your deposit $20 (I’ll set up a yahoo payment account so you can send it to me
       and I will send the venue a check.
    3) Send me an email with your name AND YOUR MEETUP NAME (Some people use nick
       names). Also, please email me your cell number for zip line day. The venue will call
       me in case of inclement weather. Remember inclement weather here does not
       mean inclement weather on the mountain.
    4) Our tour begins at 12:45 pm with sign in at 12:35 pm. If you are late you will risk missing
       us and forfeit your deposit.
    5) If you do not show you will forfeit your deposit and the money go towards the total cost of
       this meetup.
    6) Download and sign the release found on our meetup site under the heading of files!


We will all meet at the venue main entrance at 12:30 on the tour day.
Lodging for those who wish to stay over the night before:

BEST WESTERN
The Inn at Towamencin
1750 Sumneytown Pike
Kulpsville, Pennsylvania 19443
TOLL FREE 1 (800) 277-3615
tel: (215) 368-3800
fax: (215) 368-7824

DIRECTIONS:

Physical address: 757 Spring Mount Rd, Spring Mount, PA 19478

                                                 ::::::NOTE:::::

Address to use for GPS: 757 Spring Mount Rd, Schwenksville, Pa 19473

We recommend you use our directions and NOT MapQuest due to problems with those
directions.

From Philadelphia:
Schuykill Expressway (route 76) west to Blue
Route (476) North to Northeast Extension
(still 476) to exit 31. Turn right onto Route
63. Take Route 63 thru Harleysville crossing
over Route 113. After 113 intersection, travel
approximately 2 miles to Shelly Road. Turn
left on Shelly Road and follow signs to
Spring Mountain.

From New York & North
Jersey:
Take route 78 West to Route 476 ( N.E.
extension of the Pa. Turnpike) South. Get off
at Exit 44 and then turn right on to Route
663. Turn left on to Route 29 South. Follow
Route 29 South until you see the signs for
Spring Mountain Ski Area and turn left on to
Spring Mount Road. If you get to
Schwenksville on Route 29 you have gone
too far.

From Delaware:
Route 95 North to Blue Route (476) North to
Northeast Extension (still 476) to exit 31.
Turn right onto Route 63. Take Route 63 thru
Harleysville crossing over Route 113. After
113 intersection, travel approximately 2 miles
to Shelly Road. Turn left on Shelly Road and
follow signs to Spring Mountain.




  Car Mileage:
Philadelphia.......     28
Norristown..........    13
Pottstown...........    16
Collegeville.........   ..7
King of Prussia...      15

								
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