The state of Alaska is holding a public meeting on July 12 in Anchorage to take public comment on whether it should draft standards for zip line operations in the state, and if so, what standards it should use.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) has set a deadline of July 1, 2018, for operators to register aerial recreational devices.
Der Kegel X-trem Park will be celebrating its grand opening in July 2018. The aerial adventure park, located on Belgium’s coast, features four zip lines and five challenge courses with 54 unique obstacles.
Kerfoot Canopy Tour in Minnesota celebrated the grand opening of its new aerial adventure park on June 1. The new attraction adds to the operation’s existing canopy tour, which originally opened in 2013.
Boundless Adventures will be opening its second location on June 16 in Berlin, Mass. The outdoor park features seven treetop aerial adventure courses that include zip lines, bridges, and unique rope challenges.
The Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety will be reviewing the most recent draft of proposed rule changes to the Amusement Rides & Devices Program on Friday, June 1, 2018
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