Before the tree-top fun can begin, you need to choose which tree (or trees) are going to support your Arboreal Tree Climbing System.
We don’t forget to check our belay partner when getting ready for a climb, and similarly, we require annual checks on our TRUBLUE auto belay devices.
There is a story behind every product Head Rush has engineered, and those stories often start with a business problem to be solved, a product to be enhanced, or a user experience that can be improved.
Here at Head Rush Technologies, we work closely with summer camps all over the world. Over the years, we have seen many innovative, fun, and exciting ideas implemented by these camps to provide adventure goers with hours of joy and excitement.
There are a lot of options out there when it comes to zip line trolleys. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the vast number of choices. With all of the competing products out there, how are you supposed to find the right fit for your zip line? A good place to start is figuring out if you need a zip line trolley with a handle.
Climbing holds are classified based on their shape and orientation. Tree climbing holds follow the same patterns as the holds you would see in a climbing gym.
There are two main categories of zip line brakes: active and passive. The type of brake you choose will dramatically affect your business’s risk management and the life span of your zip line materials.
The Impact Trolley is an incredible zip line trolley for a wide variety of reasons, even when it is not being used in conjunction with other Head Rush products.
You may have many ideas running through your head as you set out to build the most incredible tree house of all time.
Extending the life of your unit’s webbing is important for maximizing the return on investment of your Head Rush Devices. There are several common mistakes that you might be making yourself, which are decreasing the life span of your unit’s webbing.