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how high can you clamber?
I\'m stuck on the ground
33 feet specifically, there is no way unless I skillfully manipulate the course or give in and ask to be taken away from the obstacle race.
The ground under my feet shook.
In the traditional sense, it\'s not the ground, it\'s just a row of square planks listed on my road.
I stepped on one when it was rocking, screaming and making me unstable.
Then I gently jumped to the other, and the gap between the slabs showed a disorganized group that gathered to encourage me, or might laugh at me if I fell.
Thinking of all forevergive-
While taking pictures of the camera, I said a few words in my mouth.
My friend who is far from brave is instructed to take a lot of photos and videos of my bravery for InstagramI inch ahead.
The wild tribal ranch on the ECR is proud of the barrier route.
It has about 33 elements that you need to skip, jump, climb, hang, swing, balance, and above all overcome your fears.
\"We have a handicap course since 2009.
But the intensity has increased over time, \"said founder GV Sathish Kumar.
CEO of the company.
\"Our first dish was made of bamboo, up to 10 feet.
\"Then we moved to the wood and pipes, with more emphasis on safety,\" he added . \".
Adventure experience companies now design and create their own courses and structures.
Most of their clients are companies that participate in team building activities, University party groups, school students on excursions, and even single party gangs.
\"The four-year-old has tried these.
Our oldest guest is 74. year-old man.
He completed nine tasks of the obstacle course.
He was surprised to accompany his children because they had never seen their father do such an activity before, \"said Sathish.
Encouraged by these examples, I successfully completed the course and continued to take the next course.
This spider needs me to boot up my inner Spider-Man and climb up the rope wall. Elementary? Not quite!
It swings when I try to zoom the wall.
Yes, I should work harder when I have a chance.
Ten minutes later, I was hot and annoyed and looked like a mermaid trapped in the net.
Luckily, the sea is just outside the walls of green trees that surround the place, and the breeze blows my face, maybe that\'s the way to encourage me.
Adjust my white helmet, gloves and seat belt to hold me firmly on the metal beam above my head and I insist on completing the task.
But the difficulty of each course is increasing.
The obstacle course is divided into Ninja course and devil ramp course.
The latter is the problem that I am working on at the moment.
The Ninja I have tried before this, in contrast, seems quite gentle.
It requires participants to go through the rotating barrel, climb over the Nets, maintain balance on the swinging tyre track, and walk on the narrow ledge. . .
The only comforting factor is that there is a rope to catch in order to keep the balance.
\"It\'s well known that this is where two players compete with each other to see who finished first and/or successfully,\" said Sathish . \".
At the end of all this, what is priceless is the pleasure of conquering the unknown.
As for Mount Tai, I don\'t need him to save me any more.
The price starts at 34348.
Located in the wild tribal ranch of naimeli on East Coast Road.
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