Take the ropes and zip-line course you remember visiting as a kid and now imagine it if it were renovated by millennials and you’ll have Ramblewild, a tech-savvy outdoors experience deep in the untapped forests of Massachusetts.
Ramblewild is a magical world of sky-high tree-houses connected by endless networks of wooden bridges, rope ladders, ropes, and zip-lines at varying degrees of difficulty. But the aesthetically pleasing design makes the users feel as if they’re conquering a far off planet in their favorite sci-fi flick as opposed to trying to earn a scouts badge. In other words, it’s so well done that it doesn’t feel campy. Not to mention it’s the first place we’ve scene a floating climbing wall and flying snowboards.