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UMHLANGA MAGAZINE - OCTOBER 2018

PUSH THE LIMIT

"Amy and I recently spent an afternoon at Gateway’s newest attraction, be.UP Park — a fun park with numerous add-ons that keep you engaged for hours. We were welcomed by friendly staff and then we met the co-founder, Joss Sechier Dechevrens and, as we followed her I could feel my excitement building… Gnarly climbing walls, a twisted maze, a suspended obstacle course, trampolines, of course, and the most jaw-dropping mural I have ever seen. I took a photograph and set it as my phone’s wallpaper immediately.

Amy and I recently spent an afternoon at Gateway’s newest attraction, be.UP Park — a fun park with numerous add-ons that keep you engaged for hours. We were welcomed by friendly staff and then we met the co-founder, Joss Sechier Dechevrens and, as we followed her I could feel my excitement building… Gnarly climbing walls, a twisted maze, a suspended obstacle course, trampolines, of course, and the most jaw-dropping mural I have ever seen. I took a photograph and set it as my phone’s wallpaper immediately.

Joss tells us that the company was started by a trio of friends with the aim of creating the ultimate fun area for all. The idea for this came to them whilst on a trip to Australia and the idea soon became a reality. “We’ve got something for everyone — even adults must come and try out the park,” she says. “We were the first to introduce clip ‘n climb in South Africa, style of wall-climbing and we also have the largest indoor kids’ maze in the country. It may say ‘kids’, but adults love it too.”

While chatting to Joss, I noticed parents popping in and out simply dropping their kids off and then setting out to run their errands, and then it hit me, convenience! Having something this awesome at Gateway means parents can do all their running about while their kids enjoy some ‘active time’ instead of their faces glued to some sort of screen. It got me thinking, parents could also get some ‘alone time’ by bringing their kids along to run, jump and play whist they take a second to chill at the café or grab a coffee with friends. Christmas shopping is going to be a breeze folks, holiday plans sorted!"...To read more, click here.

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Posted on: October 8, 2018
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