These come in two categories. There are obstacles with cargo nets positioned as walls and obstacles where you must use a hanging rope to get over a wooden wall. The cargo net walls are not especially difficult; the challenge is not to lose your footing. The hanging rope obstacles come in varying degrees of difficulty, from the fairly easy (climbing up a ramp) to the moderately difficult (navigating a wall with plenty of foot placements) to the more difficult (climbing a rope hanging vertically to ring a bell or touch a bar.)
STRATEGY – Take a quick look at the pegs, ledges, and other footholds before beginning your ascent. There’s likely a path of least resistance. If all you have is a rope hanging down the wall, the key is to position your feet almost perpendicular to the wall and use your hands to climb up the rope.
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