Challenge yourself on 24 separate elements on a self-guiding system.
Hours of Operation: Saturday- Thursday: 10am-6pm Fridays: 10am-7pm
Our park has 24 separate challenge elements on a self-guiding system. You can pick and choose which elements to tackle using your self-guided “smart belay” system connected to your harness that allows you to easily clip on to different routes.
The overall course experience at Winter Park Adventure Quest takes between 60 and 90 minutes to enjoy. Your reservation allows for a full 90 minutes of course time. We ask you to arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled time. You’ll be given a brief safety orientation and get familiar with your gear, and then you’ll hit the course.
WPAQ also offers a guided 3-hour climbing experience just minutes away in the Arapaho National Forest. No experience necessary — this rock face has challenges for beginner through intermediate climbers and is great for small groups, like a girls'/guys weekend or family adventure!
Varying Routes of Difficulty
Green- Easy Blue- Moderate Black- Challenging
Age, height and weight restrictions
Standing flat-footed with arms extended above your head, you must be able to reach 6’; children who can reach 5’ may participate on the courses as long as they are accompanied by someone 16 or older. Maximum weight limit per person is 275lbs.
Rates *90 minutes of course time
$35 per person when booked online in advance $40 per person walk-up rate
Winter Park Adventure Quest is located at the Fraser Valley Sports Complex (5 minutes from the town of Winter Park), home to soccer and baseball fields, a pond, picnic amenities, restrooms, and an award-winning history-inspired playground celebrating our Western heritage. Plan to bring a picnic and stay awhile!
From Winter Park: Take Highway 40 north past the town of Fraser one mile; turn left on County Road 5 and take your first right into the Fraser Valley Sports Complex. Parking is located near the large covered ice arena and the playground.