What Is That Rope Thing On Folly Road Anyway

Dated: 05/05/2014

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If you've seen the rope towers going up on Folly Road (next to the Bi-Lo shopping center), and wondered just what the heck is that! You're not alone. Rumors have ranged with everything from a specialized SWAT training facility to a Charleston Art Institute mega-art project! The truth is much simpler.

Welcome to Wild Blue Ropes (www.WildBlueRopes.com) the combined brain child of Hugh Corcoran, Gary Ladd, Ron Hite.  According to their website, "Wild Blue is for those seeking the potential that exists past personal limits. And yes, we take you 35 feet into the air to do it. But you’d be surprised at what you’ll find there. And even more so at what you do with it after you leave."

The rope park includes a rope maze of bridges and connections designed to challenge everyone from beginners to experts. Soaring up to 35 feet in the air participants will be kept safe with both helmets and harnesses. 
Catering to fun-seekers of all ages, anyone and everyone, regardless of athletic ability are welcome.  So bring your friends, families, dates, scout troops, birthday parties and more, strap in, and get ready to explore your own rope climbing experience!
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