LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — An adventure course built in the treetops of Jefferson Memorial Forest in Louisville is opening for its second season later this month.
The Treetop Adventure Course was built by the Go Ape company. The company says the course will have five zip lines, two Tarzan swings and several obstacles set up in the tree canopy. The course has five sections, each ending with a zip line.
The course was first opened to the public last year. It is opening for the season on March 19.
The course was developed through a partnership with Louisville Metro Parks.
Reservations are recommended through www.goape.com.