Outdoor Venture Group Introduces the Nautilus Tower


Outdoor Venture Group (OV) has unveiled the Nautilus Tower, an accessible outdoor recreation attraction that allows visitors of all abilities to enjoy an at-height experience. The tower can be built up to 115 feet tall.

“The Nautilus Tower offers a unique opportunity for people of all ages across the spectrum of mobility to reach new heights,” said OV founder Bahman Azarm. 

The Nautilus Tower features a seven-foot-wide ADA accessible ramp that spirals around the outer circumference, plus two staircases that can be used for access and fitness, taking visitors to the top where they can enjoy views in every direction from the observation deck.

“Whether situated among the trees, by the seaside or an in an urban area, the Nautilus Tower offers an inclusive experience for recreation, education, and observation,” said Azarm. 

According to OV, the Nautilus Tower’s simplified modular construction makes for streamlined fabrication and construction times. Its low impact, specially engineered foundation allows it to be installed in environmentally sensitive locations with low-to-no soil disturbance and no guy wire hazards, the company said.

Optional features and add-ons are available for specific audiences, including central or dual slides that twist down the middle of the tower.

The first Nautilus Tower is scheduled to be installed in the U.S. by spring 2023. https://outdoorventures.us/


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Dave Meeker is the senior editor for Adventure Park Insider. He has a background in marketing, public relations, and writing in the mountain resort industry. Before joining the team at API, Dave was the marketing director for Mount Snow in Vermont. What better way to try and conquer a slight fear of heights than to work at a magazine that covers adventure parks? He couldn't think of one.

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