The World's Largest Explorer Challenge Course Is Right Here In Texas At Natural Bridge Caverns
Everything is bigger in Texas, including our family-friendly activities. Located at the iconic Natural Bridge Caverns in San Antonio, Twisted Trails is the world’s largest explorer challenge course and outdoor sky trail. It has ropes, ziplines, climbing walls, and tons more thrilling obstacles, promising a heart-pounding adventure for all ages.
Have you ever conquered Twisted Trails? If so, please tell us all about your experience in the comments section below. Also, be sure to check out our previous article to learn about the other activities offered at the caverns: Take This Lantern Cave Tour In Texas For A Magical Underground Adventure.
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What is one of the most unique roadside attractions in Texas?
Texas is filled with many roadside attractions that you won't find anywhere else. One of the most unique roadside attractions in Texas is the Kettle House in Galveston. In the 1960s, this iconic landmark, which has been featured on HGTV, was used as a storage tank. It earned the nickname "Kettle House" because of its unique shape. Today, the Kettle House is operated as an airbnb that offers a relaxing getaway stay for the entire family. It's also just a few minutes from the beach. If you're looking for a place to stay in Galveston, consider booking a getaway at the Kettle House. You'll love everything about it!
What is one of the weirdest places to visit in Texas?
There are many unique things to see in Texas, including some that are quite weird. Of all the weird places in Texas, many people travel from near and far to see a peculiar 1800s gravesite in Aurora Cemetery. Outside of the graveyard, there's a plaque that mentions it might contain the grave of the pilot from the "spaceship" that crashed on a nearby farm on April 17, 1897. The spaceship hit a windmill and was shattered to pieces. The pilot was "not of this world" and many believed he was an alien. There used to be a stone that marked his grave, but it's no longer there. To check and see who this person was, many have wanted to have his body exhumed. However, only the next of kin can make that request. To learn more about what happened, you'll want to watch the 1986 movie The Aurora Encounter. It was based on the event.