Two weeks ago, we spent an incredible afternoon at the Nashville Shores Treetop Adventure Park. Have you ever been to an aerial park? This facility has a children’s course for ages 7-9, two easy courses for ages 9-adult, and two challenge courses for ages 12-adult.
It took us nearly four hours to complete all four courses, but it was a blast. Growing up, I did several aerial courses (including one in the hills of Quebec, Canada) so I was thrilled to share this experience with Mr. Handsome.
The resort has approximately 100 aerial challenges (bridges, tightropes, Tarzan jumps, swings, cargo nets, and more) as well as a handful of zip lines.
As we made our way through the park, the challenges became increasingly difficult.
The Tarzan jump was Mr. Handsome’s favorite. You clip yourself onto a hanging rope and then launch yourself off a platform toward a cargo net.
Then you have to climb up the cargo net to reach the next platform.
My favorite challenge was a long tightrope with large metal rings that you have to climb through.
My least favorite challenge was the row of small hanging rings. I thought it would be a breeze, but it ended up being very difficult. In order to move my feet from ring to ring, I had to push myself harder than I ever had before. My abs were crying by the end of it.