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  1. About
  2. Ninja Course Types
  3. Components
  4. Obstacles
  5. Gallery
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About


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Ninja Course is a brand for obstacle courses that challenge and improve the strength, endurance, coordination, agility and balance of young and adults alike. They are a fun activity that allows participants to train, compete and unwind in a safe environment.

The Walltopia Ninja Course is a modular construction that allows clients to easily modify the number of lanes and obstacles according to their preference and space available. There is a variety of obstacles with different levels of difficulty available that can challenge a wide audience of participants. A Ninja Course can be a great fit to trampoline parks, FECs, sports centers, training facilities and climbing walls.



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A Ninja Course can have up to three lanes with different levels of difficulty. Courses with more than three lanes can be customly designed.

Ground-based Course


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As the name suggests, this type of Ninja Course is positioned on the ground. It is less extreme than the elevated course, but an excellent choice for training purposes.

  • Components: 3 parallel lanes with 9 obstacles
  • Dimensions: 7.2 x 17.7 x 3.4 m
  • Area: 128 m2
  • Capacity: up to 90 ppl/h
  • Flooring: 3.5 cm carpet bonded mat
  • 1 staff member required for operation

  • Elevated Course


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    This type of Ninja Course is raised 2.1 meters (7ft) above the ground, making it the more exciting option. If you are looking for an adrenaline-boosting experience, then the elevated course is the way to go, as participants will experience falls from up to 2 meters (6.5 ft).

    • Components: 3 parallel lanes with 14 elevated obstacles
    • Dimensions: 21 x 10 x 5 m
    • Area: 210 m2
  • Capacity: up to 90 ppl/h
  • Flooring: 1.2m / 1.5 m inflatable mat
  • 2 staff members required for operation

  • Components


      • Modular Aluminum Structure

    The Ninja Course modular structure is a system consisting of square aluminum trusses that are put together to create custom courses. The structure can be expanded in any direction.



      • Starting and finishing platforms

      • Obstacles


      • Internal platforms between obstacles

      • High absorption safety flooring (1.2/1.5 m inflatable mat)

      • Platform and column padding (3.5 cm carpet bonded mat with vinyl contour)

      • Safety net

      • Optional Timer System


      • Optional Railing (powder coated with galvanized hand rails and columns)

      • Optional Steps (plywood or metal)


    Obstacles


    • Active Box
      Active Box

      Swing across the bars or traverse along the pegs to the next platform.

    • Balance Beam
      Balance Beam

      Try to maintain your balance all the way to the other side.

    • Bosu Pedestal
      Bosu Pedestal

      Jump from bosu to bosu without losing your balance. 

    • Climber
      Climber

      Use the climbing holds to move across the obstacle. 

    • Vertical Net
      Vertical Net

      Grab the netting and climb across sideways using your hands and feet.

    • Sea of Multiple Rings
      Sea of Multiple Rings

      Climb through a jungle of ropes and rings. 

    • Warped Wall
      Warped Wall

      Run up the ramp to reach the top. 

    • Flying Holds
      Flying Holds

      Grip and swing from hold to hold until you reach the next platform. 

    • Climbing Bags
      Climbing Bags

      Climb the rope on the vinyl bag until you reach the next obstacle. 

    • Swing and Net
      Swing and Net

      Try to grab the net by jumping off the swinging bar. 

    • Monkey Swings
      Monkey Swings

      Jump and grab the first swing, then use your momentum to launch yourself far enough to grab the next one. 

    • Cheese Walls
      Cheese Walls

      Climb from door to door using the various cutouts.



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    Frequently Asked Questions


    How long does it take to manufacture, deliver and install a Ninja Course?

    The lead time for a Ninja Course is 4-6 weeks. The delivery time depends on which part of the world you want us to transport the course to. Ninja courses can be installed in as little as 1 week.

    Is there a minimum age requirement for using the facility?

    Ninja Course is recommended for participants who are over 8 years of age. Participants must also be 130 cm or taller.

    What is the facility’s capacity?

    It depends on the number of lanes that the course has. A ground-based Ninja Course can have as many as 30 people per hour, per lane. An elevated course’s capacity is about 20 people per hour, per lane.

    What is the minimum height for an elevated Ninja Course?

    The minimum column height for an elevated Ninja Course is 4.5 meters.

     

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