Hi Ropeshop! Thanks for getting the Manila rope to us as quick as you did. We were able to finish our backyard project in time for our Canada Day Tiki bar/pool party. The rope was used in a traditional fence design but also trimmed out the Tiki Bar door and window [...]
Here’s an infographic with 40 knots that all hikers, campers and other outdoor enthusiasts should know.
If you love winter camping or hiking, you should try a pulk! Pulks are small toboggans that are harnessed to your waist, typically used to pull your winter gear behind you instead of carrying it on your back. Learn how to build a pulk with this tutorial from Smedley Co. will show [...]
Feeling adventurous this Winter? Test your knotting skills by making your very own snowshoes. All you need are some branches, braided nylon twine and paracord. Get creative and customize your project with our huge selection of colours!
Enjoy the big screen from your own backyard. You don’t have to be stuck indoors while enjoying a blockbuster movie or sporting event, this DIY project from Wired teaches you how you can create your own outdoor theatre experience. For less than 10% of an off-the-shelf store package, this step-by-step project [...]
Here's a simple rope swing from Randi at Dukes & Duchesses. While she's used manila rope for her's, we recommend solid or double braid nylon as it'd be easier on your kids hands.
For those who always wanted a floating dock up at their cottage, Remove and Replace has a great article on how to build your own floating dock for around $200, and in a little less than an afternoon. For the rope, we recommend our Solid Braid Nylon.
With some solid or double braid nylon you can let your kids defeat the Red Baron with this great airplane swing from Whitney’s Workshop.
Ashley Ann photography had a mud run birthday party for her 5 year old son. Our favorite part (obviously) was the rope obstacle course! If you'd like to build your own obstacle course try our cotton sash cord, or double braid nylon.