Inside Out Ropes Courses designs and constructs safe, total quality and user friendly ropes courses, towers and aerial adventure trails to meet client aims ranging from educational tools to adventure play installations.
Combining an extensive knowledge of delivering outdoor activities with our expertise in construction techniques and materials enables the facility to be tailored to meet our clients particular needs.
Inside Out Ropes Courses have been constructing ropes courses for over 20 years to both the public and private sector. Over this period we have constructed low and high ropes courses; Climbing walls and towers; cows tail courses; continuous belay adventure trails; zip wires and giant swings for people of all abilities. We are committed to constructing to all the relevant standards relating to ropes course construction and are a member of the European Ropes Course Association (ERCA).
Inside Out Ropes Courses delivers a powerful tool for learning and recreation that will last the test of time. We continually refine our construction materials and methodology to ensure that you get a product unrivalled for its quality, craftsmanship and durability.
All our courses include:
Construction techniques and materials guaranteed to meet the latest European Ropes Course Standards EN 15567: part 1.
Operational and safety documentation compliant with EN15567: part 2
A rigorous independent inspection by a type A European Ropes Course Association Inspector
Inside Out Ropes Courses attention to detail and craftsmanship ensures our ropes courses look good and provide low maintenance durable solutions.
Free site visit to help us understand your vision and get a lay of the land.
Inside Out Ropes Courses product aftercare involves a complimentary inspection after the first 6 months of use to ensure the smooth operation of your facility.
Help and advice to guide you through the process from the conception to realisation of your project.
Concept and structural drawings and reports.
Climbing Wall, Low ropes and a High Ropes Challenge Course with 4 huge elements - Constructed in March 1999 and it is still going strong.
Tony Burley, General Manager, Wiston Lodge
Insideout recently constructed a team challenge course for Thames Young Mariners. The course encourages young people to work as part of a team and helps them to develop important life skills. The course has many challenges that help participants learn from their experiences and gradually improve their performance. This learning cycle - do-review-apply - is a form of action research where they are both the Guinea pig and the researcher responsible for their own learning.