The antenna of the longwave transmitter SAQ is broken and a mast worker must quickly climb up to fix the problem. Before the maintenance work can begin, the child needs to test his vision, balance and strength just like the mast workers did in the 1920’s.
”…SAQ must be on air. And it was supposed to be on air around the clock. Every second it would be. We were, we were not allowed to stand.”
The examination is an obstacle course for the adventure’s climbers. The task is based on the history of the mast workers and are included in the entrance fee. Close to the obstacle course is the visitor centre and coffee shop where it’s possible to buy ice cream and freshly brewed coffee.
The obstacle course is built in a way that children, regardless of their physical ability, can play and learn. From the visitor centre a wheelchair accessible path leads down to the obstacle course. Baking tables has been put on a level that suits all and there is an opening in the sandbox for wheelchairs.