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Sarah Coumbe-Guida, above left, and Jill Klotz, edge their way out on two cables that run farther and farther apart. They need to rely on each other and trust the other participant to stay airborne. The challenge course teaches communication, teamwork and overcoming fears. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Rope course will provide aerial thrills

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To call the rope challenge course near Eagle Beach Resort in Hubbard County an aerial adventure park would be selling it short.

For many, it will be a life-changing experience.

The course opens tomorrow off County Road 40, the brainchild of Travis and Sarah Coumbe-Guida.

It is the fruition of years of teaching, motivating and conquering fears and phobias the Guidas want to share with others.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

(218) 732-3364
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