Newry, ME (June 10, 2013)—In less than two weeks, Sunday River Resort will reopen its Adventure Park for the summer for guests interested in Zipline Tours, Scenic Lift Rides, Hiking Trails, Geocache Adventures, and Mountain Biking.
New this summer, the resort is also boasting the addition of a Climbing Wall and bike park enhancements including a new pump track, cross-country loop, and mountain bike school.
Sunday River is open June 21 through Labor Day Weekend (including holidays), Fridays through Sundays, from 10am until 4pm.
Activities and Passes
Purchase adventures separately or buy an Adventure Pass for full-day access to Scenic Lift Rides, Twin Zips, the new Climbing Wall, Bungee Trampoline, and the Disc Golf Course for $25 (ages 13 and older) or $22 (ages 12 and younger).
New! Climbing Wall—This 25-foot wall allows up to four climbers at a time test out their strength while safely harnessed to automatic belay devices. Special holds shaped as sea creatures make climbing fun for even the little ones. Tickets are $9 (all ages).
Scenic Lift Rides—Surround yourself with views of the Mahoosuc Mountains on New England’s only Chondola lift, or book a reservation for one of the resort’s Full Moon Dinners where a roundtrip lift ride is included. Roundtrip tickets are $12 (ages 13 and older), $8 (ages 6 through 12), and free for kids ages 5 and younger.
Twin Zips—Fill your “need for speed” on Sunday River’s 750-foot Twin Zips. Parallel lines allow you to race your friends and family to the base of South Ridge. Tickets are $15 (all ages) for two zips.
Zipline Tours—This all thrills, no skills activity takes participants through a wooded area boasting a bubbling brook, waterfall, and a deep ravine. Guides lead participants across six lines ranging from 100 to 300 feet in length and end the tour at the resort’s 750-foot Twin Zips. Tours are available Thursdays through Sundays and cost is $49 (all ages). Height and weight restrictions apply. Reservations are recommended.
Bungee Trampoline—Try to defy gravity while harnessed safely to an oversized trampoline made with aerial tricks in mind. Height and weight restrictions apply. Tickets are $9 (all ages).
Disc Golf—Bring your discs or rent from Sunday River and try to net a “hole-in-one” while traipsing across the resort’s grass-covered, beginner nine-hole course. Experience isn’t necessary and great views come standard with each hole. Course access is $5 (all ages) or $10 with disc rentals.
Geocache Adventure—Test your technological expertise while exercising your legs! Eleven hidden caches complete with prizes make the challenge fun for all ages. Geocaching can be done using simple smart phone apps or GPS devices available for rent for $15.
Bike Park—Home to over 20 miles of beginner, intermediate, and advanced lift-serviced terrain, improvements to the Sunday River Bike Park include a new cross-country loop, pump track, and mountain bike school. Lift passes are $29 (ages 13 and older) and $18 (ages 12 and younger). Prices for rentals and lessons vary and season passes are also available to purchase. Sundayriver.com for more information.
For more information on any of Sunday River’s summer activities, visit sundayriver.com or call 800-543-2754.