Peak Exposure

Peak Exposure debuted summer 1999 as a part of the X-Venture Zone. It was placed in the old Skeeball South area near the exit to the Roller Coaster. Peak was a climbing wall with four different sides, each a different level of difficulty. Climbers would put on a harness that wrapped around the climber's legs and waste. The operator would then attach a carabiner to the front of the harness, which hooked the climber into the tower's auto-belay system. This provided a safe way for climbers to enjoy the wall without much risk as the auto-belay system would catch the climber should they fall. It was also used during a climbers decent from the top back to the ground. Climbers who reached the top of the tower could press a button that would sound a buzzer indicating to others that they had reached the top. Peak's popularity never really grew and Lagoon permanently removed the attraction after 2007.