First of all, this is a lovely picturesque area but super hard to find. Leave yourself enough time to navigate here! Second, be warned: the “practice” run you get is short and nothing compared to your first REAL run from a platform in the trees, so if you’re newbies at this activity,know what you’re getting into! I thought the guide, Christian, was very kind and patient given he helped our youngest through the entire course and never seemed to complain, even when he had to double back to help me through a few runs as well. It didn’t help that some of us are scared of heights and clearly in over our heads physically for what is deemed/advertised as a “family activity”. We definitely could have used some more practice. Third, the bison experience is underwhelming and literally a few minutes observing them in the field. It was nothing, to be honest, and while they were nice to look at, it was just that: something to look at. My biggest, final concern or point of review that makes this “mixed” (if not borderline atrocious) is that my youngest reported that she overheard the guide telling someone else on the course that he was going to “kill me”, which I can only presume meant “leave the course” (which I was prepared to do given my fear of heights), however this phraseology was wildly inappropriate and has left my youngest feeling frightened and anxious ever since. This final point leaves us all feeling weird /let down about the whole experience. While some of us may not have been cut out for the entire zip lining experience, we were sure to tip our guide as thanks for his expertise, patience and and assistance- however I’m second guessing how helpful he really was if my kid is a nervous wreck. I don’t think I would recommend this for anyone under 10 and overall feel that there should be a but more training to prepare for the course.