- Phone: (801) 400-5865
- Time: 6:30 PM to 9:00 AM
- Price: $8
Wicked witches, shrieking ships, ghastly ghouls, and puzzling pirates. Seems like an awful combination in any situation. Unless, of course, Halloween is just around the corner! CLAS Ropes Course, based in Provo, Utah, brings a perfect blend of family friendly fun for your Halloween. Situated along the river’s edge, there are sure to be pirates lurking and looting in the shadows of the banks. No worries though, your family adventure begins aboard a large excursion boat led by the best captains west of the continental divide. This year’s guided river cruise is sure to be better than ever, featuring hundreds of hand carved pumpkins, scary stories, taunting tunes, and perhaps more fructose and glucose dosh than pirates normally pitch out. So let the kids, teens, and grownups alike get a little extra use out of this year’s costume and join us for the 17th annual Halloween Cruise at CLAS Ropes.
- 3606 West Center St. Provo, Utah. 84601
- October 1-31st.
- Tickets are $8 a person
- Cruises run every 30 minutes with excursions generally lasting 25 minutes.
- Expeditions run weekdays from 6:30-9:00 P.M, weekends from 6:30- 10:00 P.M, closed Sundays.
- Check our website for a printable coupon!
This year’s Halloween Cruise marks the 17th year of operation for CLAS Ropes. So how did it all begin? Well this is how the story goes.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Okay, we all wish that’s how it started, but really… A long time ago, CLAS Ropes’ CEO, Benjamin Allen, and his wife Melanie were looking for new opportunities to bring more people to the Ropes Course as the fall season came into full swing. With the hype surrounding Halloween they began with a traditional spook alley with chain saws and spaghetti splashing. "My wife kept saying there's got to be something more uplifting," Allen said. As they searched for a better alternative they came to the conclusion that the lower Provo River provided a host of other opportunities. That is when the cruises began, initially with a manually spun water wheel that propelled a small flat-bottomed boat. Gradually Benjamin and his crew made changes year to year, eventually purchasing professional excursion boats, each seating over 40 people.