I love to find new adventures in the area to do with the kids, and High Trek Adventures in Everett was an amazing experience!! The girls had ziplined at Girl Scout Camp and I had done it in Hawaii, however, the obstacle course high in the sky was a whole new adventure for us! High Trek Everett gave us four passes to experience the park for our selves and also 2 passes to giveaway to one lucky reader in this post.
We don’t get to go further north too often, I was shocked when I realized this is right off the highway we take to catch the ferry to Whidbey Island! This was an hour drive for us from Puyallup, but was totally worth it! If you are located in Seattle it is under a 30-minute drive to get to High Trek Adventures in Everett!
What To Bring To High Trek Adventures:
- Good Shoes that are closed toe
- Comfortable clothes to move in
- If cold weather something for your ears and a jacket
- Waiver Paperwork or fill it out -> here
- Water to drink beforehand and snacks for afterward
- Your Go Pro
What Not To Bring To High Trek Adventures:
- Open toed shoes
- Anything in your pockets
- None of your own climbing gear
One thing Kylie wishes she had listened to is to have her hair in a low ponytail, the helmets are a tight fit. She got stuck readjusting her hair, but I loved that they would not let her even go until her helmet fit appropriately! Plus, they gave her tips on how to rearrange her hair.
Now making a reservation is highly recommended to make sure you can go at the time you want to. (You can book one –here)During nice weather they tend to book up, they were pretty busy the night we went but there was still plenty of room on the course.
Arrive 15 minutes earlier to check in at the office. If you have done the waiver and reservation they will have you step on a scale. Anyone over 4 years old and under 265 can do the zip line! They do have rules for younger kids for adult supervision!
Bella is almost 10 and still had an adult with her all the time for comfort and assistance to make sure she could properly hook herself! I will say she lead our group and did amazing! They will walk you thru everything in a flight school half an hour before your climbing starts. All gear is laid out and step-by-step directions are given!
After the staff makes sure that you can work the gear and understand the directions you get to explore the course! There are several different levels of the obstacle course we chose the moderate course and everyone in our group had a blast! Isabella lead the way the whole day and was so excited to try all the obstacles!
While on the obstacle course you are always hooked on to the lines so there isn’t a way for you to fall from the course! The course is a blast while physically challenging and you can end with three zip lines as well! Ziplines were the favorite of everyone that night on the course!
Afterward, the staff helps to remove the gear off of you and to hang up for the inspection before use again.
Want to win two passes to High Trek Adventures in Everett?? Enter to win below!!
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