The Woodward WreckTangle is officially open for the summer in the Old Mill District.
A ninja obstacle challenge for kids and adults alike, the WreckTangle is partner project with Mt. Bachelor and Woodward, an experiential action sports company. Both business are owned by POWDR.
Participants can track their time, measure individual progression, and compete against other WreckTangle ninjas from around the country using the Woodward WreckTangle app on their mobile devices.
“WreckTangle is a fun Woodward experience that is a challenging yet accessible introduction to what Woodward is all about — empowering and inspiring the next generation of action sports,” said John McLeod, Mt. Bachelor’s president and general manager. “We are excited to bring this experience to Bend and enjoy a beautiful summer of fun in town with this new addition to Mt. Bachelor’s summer activities.”
The Woodward WreckTangle in the Old Mill District is open for business daily through Labor Day:
- Opening Celebration: Friday, June 14, 3-8pm
- Regular Hours: Open 10am-8pm daily through September 2, then 11am-6pm, Friday–Sunday in September, concluding on September 29.
- Cost: $20 for a 1-hour session; $90 for a 5-pack of 1-hour sessions; $160 for a 10-pack of sessions
- Location: The Old Mill District, 770 SW Columbia Street, Bend, OR 97702
- Additional Information: WoodwardBend.com
In addition to offering daily sessions throughout the summer, the WreckTangle in Bend will also be organizing weekly competitive events and end-of-season WreckTangle Championships.
Using the Woodward WreckTangle app, participants can also compete in the World’s Fastest Ninja competition. Ninjas of all ages will compete on the Woodward WreckTangle for the fastest time in their age group, the fastest time by WreckTangle location, or to be crowned 2019’s World’s Fastest Ninja overall. The app uses a cloud-based timing and video system paired with an RFID bracelet worn by participants that measures individual progression and tracks timing and top performers across all U.S. WreckTangle locations. Using the app, participants can also view and share videos of their WreckTangle runs on social media.