26 Jan High Exposure:
I was completely blown away by the quantity and variety of climbing options in the 14,000 square foot of climbing area at High Exposure.
Each of the different elements is designed in exciting ways. There aren’t just rock climbing walls, although there are plenty of those too. There are walls with frames of all sizes and shapes, see if you can get to the top of the wall using frames as your foothold. There is a wall with “nuts and bolts”, a wall with pipes and even a toilet seat up on top! There are holes all the way up one wall and spinning wheels on another. If you are really brave you can try the 32 foot stunt jump and if you are really skilled you can try the most difficult 42 foot Crazy Climbing Cube.
In addition to all the climbing in the Action Adventure section, there is the Ninja Warrior section with warped walls. There are also different ropes and swings to hang from, vaulting boxes, Devil Steps and cliff hanger. These are just a sampling of the many exciting and challenging activities at High Exposure.
Before entering the facility every guest must have a signed waver. The waiver can be signed online before visiting and the staff can pull it up on their computer when you arrive. This saves lots of time. Once you’ve checked in the friendly staff will help fit you with a harness and you can begin your climbing adventure!
Posted: September 3, 2017
Information, prices and hours posted here are current as of the posted or updated date. It is advisable to call ahead or check online to confirm hours and prices.
2 Hour Pass: $25
Weekdays after 8PM: $10 + $3 for equipment
10 Visit Pass (valid for 12 months):
10 Day Pass: $195
10 Day Toddler: $104
Approximate Distance from:
Brooklyn Bridge: 45 minutes
Lakewood: 1 hour, 35 minutes
Monsey: 25 minutes