Indoor Series

Indoor Series

When weather conditions prevent the use of an outdoor challenge course facility, many programs turn to their indoor courses. Our indoor challenge course designs consist of a prefabricated "superstructure" that serves as the overhead support system - offering ideal positioning of both events and event decks/platforms. From these airy decks, participants can initiate individual and partnered challenge course elements, moving horizontally from one event to the next. The steel framing system and construction techniques produce an easily managed, user friendly and low maintenance challenge course structure.

Based on ATI’s “Multi-Flow” design, the course minimizes participant bottlenecks. Initiatives can be selected from a variety of over 20 events. While not usually as high as outdoor courses, participants will experience a unique perspective that typically heightens the overall challenge. What might appear to be a moderate height from the ground level, will undoubtedly transform into an intensifying and attention demanding position from high in the course!

Indoor

Site Guide

Ideal Candidates

  • ​12 to 24 participants at the same time 
  • Safety systems use a combination of Static (Lobster Claw) and Dynamic (Top-rope) belay techniques
  • Offers limited accessibility for participants with disabilities 
  • Some staff are placed at platforms during programming 
  • Staff to participant ratio is usually 1:7 
  • Programs typically last 2 hours to 1 day
  • Programming can be conducted year round.

Specifications

  • ​Any program wishing to create an indoor challenge course program 
  • Camps
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Retreat and Conference Centers 
  • Corporate Warehouses 
  • Schools 
  • Youth Programs
  • YMCA’s

Programming

  • ​All Indoor Challenge Courses utilize ATI’s “Multi-Flow” design, created in clear-span above a gym floor, swimming pool or multi-purpose room 
  • Clearspan design allows for uninterrupted floor space below
  • Footprint varies depending on model selected and size of building – courses typically have 4 to 12 events 
  • Suspended cage system attaches directly to existing roof/ceiling trusses 
  • 3’ x 3’ platforms allow plenty of room for transfers 
  • Cages and events hang 8’ below ceiling height
  • Entry Events can include: Dangle Duos, Tango Zulu Ladder, Centipede Climb, Tube Net, Cargo Net, Missing Link, Team Hoist, 4:1 Self Haul
  • High Events can include: Burma Road, Burma Bridge, Bottomless Burma, Team Beam, Catwalk, Island Hopping, Pirate’s Crossing, Heebie-Jeebie, Hourglass, Two-line Bridge, Buddy Bars, Multivine Traverse, Postman’s Walk, Horizontal Ladder, Bosun’s Chair, Broken Beam, Deep Buckets, and many more 
  • High Events can be individual or partner oriented 
  • Several different Exit Event options are available. Examples: Ziplines, Lower Outs
  • A removable practice area is installed for participants to learn 
  • Safety techniques, before venturing to the course
  • The structure can be painted in any choice of color 
  • Staff Training: 2 days technical training follows installation

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