The Hugh Kaul Beanstalk Forest is a 1-hour treetop challenge course with 20 unique rope and cable obstacles. The aerial elements include swaying bridges, tight ropes, a zip line and much more.
Adventure Seekers explore the self-guided course, choosing their challenge—everything from climbing walls to swinging on ropes to balancing on bridges. Obstacles range from easy, moderate to extremely challenging for adventures at all levels.
Groups of 10 or more can receive a 20% discount. Please call 205.202.6043 for more information.
Universal accessibility: The Red Ore Zip Tour can, oftentimes but not always, accommodate guests who use wheelchairs or crutches, but does require a 72-hour notice so that Adventure staff may full prepare for a safe, fulfilling tour for each guest.
Participants must be at least six years old, 42″ (3′ 6″) tall and no more than 275 pounds. Participants shorter than 4’8” will need a taller assistant for help completing the course. The harness must fit correctly: sometimes guests are too small for the harness even though they fulfill height and weight requirements.
The construction of our Beanstalk was made possible through the generosity of the Hugh Kaul Foundation, a private foundation established in 1989 that supports arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services, and public/society benefit. Construction was done by Beanstalk Builders, LLC.
Gear up for your Adventure at “The Can”—the starting point for all our Adventures, located a quarter-mile into the Park along the Eureka Trail. Our guides will be waiting to greet you and help you get ready.