GEODESIC DESIGN FOR EVERYONE’S VERTICAL NEEDS
Quick - what’s the strongest shape? The triangle! And what shape is geodesic design based around? The triangle! GeoFort towers can be used for ziplines, climbing walls, free falls, tree forts, adventure parks, observations towers, and more. Check out some of our favorite things about the GeoFort:
GeoFort towers can be made of lumber, aluminum, steel - whatever your aesthetic and engineering calls for.
Our patent-pending bracket allows for all the members to be uniform in size, which means production and construction is super simple.
The height and diameter of each GeoFort is completely customizable, you just change the member size and the GeoFort brackets do the rest.
GeoForts look SO cool.
GeoForts are STRONG. The original design was engineered to withstand 180 MPH winds. That’s the highest wind load requirement in the US.
An entire GeoFort tower can be packed and transported on a couple of pallets!
If needed, an entire tower can be hand carried into hard to access sites. It also means that assembly involves smaller, more easily managed pieces and takes less heavy equipment than a traditional wood pole or steel column tower.
Erecting a GeoFort is simple and fast, and can even happen around trees and other elements present on the site. Check out the video below to see for yourself.
Check out the video below to view the basic GeoFort structure. You can add internal or external stairs, multiple decks and landing areas, climbing panels and nets, free fall platforms and rigging, and pretty much anything else you can think of. And yes, GeoForts can handle both vertical and horizontal loading and also work for zipline tours.