Adventure Developments “Team Trail”

The Adventure Developments “Team Trail” course was originally developed for one of our
clients, it has been especially popular as it gets so many participants actively participating.


The Team Trail is "Excellent at getting everyone involved".

As is the case for many venues in Australia, this particular client usually ran group sizes of 15-20 participants, and wanted a high ropes course with lots of team activity and involvement.
Getting lots of kids up on the elements at the same time has been done before, it is usually expensive as there needs to be multiple belay systems or additional group management.
We conceived a series of elements that must to be operated by a team of people on the ground, they all have ropes hanging to the ground which the team must use to position/ stabilise/ lift part of the elements into position for the person at height to cross successfully.

Some examples of participants required:

Requires 5-17 Participants

Requires 5 – 9 Participants

Requires 5 – 9 Participants

Requires 3 – 5 Participants

Requires 3 – 5 Participants

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The Details.



  • Adventure Developments will supply a maintenance manual and construction drawings as required by EN 15567
  • Compliance to EN 15567 for ropes courses
  • Compliance to ACCT guidelines
  • Access and work positions for instructors complies to AS 1891
  • 10 Year warranty on our workmanship.
  • Final inspection and proof loading.
  • Handover training at your site.
  • Inspection after 1st year of operation is included.
  • Innovative and durable elements.


  • Space required: Varies by design
  • Height of participants feet: 4-10 Meters
  • Lead Time: 4-16 weeks
  • Build Time: Varies by design, approx. 2 days
  • per element
  • Number of operators required: Usually 2


  • Harnesses and participants equipment.
  • Rescue Packs.
  • Soft fall / ground cover.
  • Team Belay Posts.
  • Removable staples to limit access.
  • Briefing shelters.

A selection of our products:


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