Rope Runner is the newest activity, which is located next to Squamish Adventure Centre. The structure, standing 17 metres high and 20 metres in diameter, is built of steel, wood, ropes, and wire. There are 49 games where people of all ages can run the ropes. Up to 60 people can play on the structure at any given time. You can pre-book their session so you won’t have to wait in line. Each session lasts 2 hours and no experience is necessary.
Admission for online rate starts at $44 for adult, $40 for youth between 13 and 18, and $34 for child. Walk-in starts at $49 for adults, $45 for youth and $39 for child. For groups, check Ticket Prices.
For those who have acrophobia (fear of the heights), NO WORRIES! You will be 100% safe. The guides will help and instruct you with harnesses. The carabiners are automatically locked so that you won’t fall down for sure.
For photos, carrying phones and any kinds of cameras are banned due to the safety.
[I hid my phone in my pocket but I was caught. My bad. So don’t do that. haha!]
PlayDome is Western Canadian’s largest indoor carnival, which makes it return to BC Place for spring break 2017. It features over 45 rides and attractions, including the Tornado, Alien Abduction, and Mini Jets. Also, there are the carnival games and food as no outside food. PlayDome is the perfect activity for high-energy kids or adults who are young at heart.
In 2016, I have been shooting digital over film all the way. My film camera, Nikon EM on a drawer caught my eyes. I realized I had two rolls of 100 ISO, which will be expired more than a year. I decided to let my best friend, Carlo learn how to open the film camera and put the roll in it without the instruction. He couldn’t figure out until I gave him some hints. He finally did it! haha!
Therefore, the roll began. I found it difficult to carry the film camera with me everyday because the photos with both of film and digital cameras are similar. I kept forgetting to grab the film camera before it got dark. It doesn’t have a built-in flash. I tried my best to capture the perfect pictures in good time.
Here are all of the developed photos. I opted out a few underexposed ones.