Run, jump and climb at Brampton’s new trio of adventures at Ken Giles Rec Centre


Published September 23, 2021 at 4:16 pm

If you’re enamoured with the idea of the challenge of a ninja course, the cunning needed for a rock wall, or the freestyle athleticism of parkour, a new space might be perfect for you.

Brampton’s newest adventure offers the trio of challenging adventures at Ken Giles Recreation Centre, 370 Bartley Bull Parkway.

People of all ages and abilities can stay healthy and active with registered 90-minute drop-ins and sessional courses with trained instructors on this challenging course. There is always a new route to take and new obstacles to try.

The ninja course, as made popular on the TV show American Ninja Warrior, features such obstacles as a floating bridge, incline box jumps, quad steps, cheese door, suspended staircase, cargo nets and hanging rings.

The 25-foot rock wall has hang boards, boulder wall and climbing wall with 10 runs.

The parkour course includes balance obstacles, parkour obstacles, incline box jumps, angle run and balance beams

Registration is open for a drop-in or instructor-led program for the fall session, which begins Oct. 17. The course is open to children ages four and up, youth and adults, between 30 and 275 pounds.

Register to try the new obstacle course at the city website.

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