Peek’n Peak took the wraps off the Clymer ski and golf resort’s new $1.2 million Mountain Adventures aerial park today.
The park features eight different courses with varying levels of difficulty. The courses have a total of 69 aerial obstacles, ranging from 13 ziplines and tight ropes to rope bridges, seesaws and cargo nets.
Peek’n Peak plans to open a Mountain Zipline attraction in July that will feature side-by-side ziplines that will run for more than 1,000 feet.
“It’s just another way we continue to make Peek’n Peak a four seasons resort,” said Nick Scott Jr., vice president and chief executive officer of Scott Enterprises, the Erie, Pa., company that also owns a Staybridge Suites hotel in Clarence and is planning to build a SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Lancaster.