ETSU's Aerial Adventure Course a Tall Order Climbing, Swinging and Falling are all Part of the Fun

ETSU's Aerial Adventure Course is like a real-life video game.

ETSU Associate Professor Andrew Dunn and Sam Mayhew, ETSU's assistant vice president of student services, climb the "cheese wall" at ETSU's Aerial Adventure Course.

You jump from platform to platform. You climb walls and chase rings. You swing on ropes and navigate through webs.

ETSU Associate Professor Andrew Dunn and Sam Mayhew, ETSU's assistant vice president of student services, take on ETSU's Aerial Adventure Course.

There are three tiers to the course, which increase in difficulty as you move up. And like any video game, the challenge is what keeps you pressing through each level.

"I will never make fun of that little Italian plumber Mario again," said ETSU Associate Professor Andrew Dunn about the titular character from Nintendo's "Super Mario Bros."
ETSU Associate Professor Andrew Dunn crosses a log on ETSU's Aerial Adventure Course.

The ETSU Aerial Adventure Course is open and free to all students and faculty, provided there are enough participants. The course is also open to public groups for a fee, including businesses, schools and clubs.

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