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The one thing I loved about this place is that it is designed to be very VERY safe so - as long as kids understand how to hook themselves to the beginning of a cable trail, they can do it pretty much by themselves. Kids...More
Acro branche in French. Tree walking in English, but I defy anyone to make a normal walk amongst these trees. There are paths that shake, paths that sway, and paths that bounce.
And there are tyrollean glides, nets to cross, shaking poles to navigate, and...More
Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Bernard K
Passerelles des... P, Gérant at Passerelles des Cimes, responded to this reviewResponded July 23, 2018
A little poetry, a lot of humor and a new vision on our activity. Thank you for your wonderful review. We are always happy to welcome the practitioners, but it is true that the accompanying can also enjoy our place of activity!
We visited with a 5 year old boy and an 8 year old girl who had never done this activity before . There are multiple levels for all age groups, even adults. The children absolutely loved it. The experience was great in every way, the...More
The experience is quite good. We took the family circuit and it is quite easy to perform. I have kids of 7 and 9 and they had no problems to go through up to the blue circuit. Count 3 hours to do 6 circuits. There...More
We had a great afternoon. 5 kids (9-15yrs) and each one loved their 'parcour' experience. We took other's advice and called ahead, the gear and the briefings that followed were very professional and then they were let loose for 3 hours. It was a hot...More
Will this was a great surprise! We went on a Sunday and I encourage you to call before you go to make sure it is open. First you go through a training course with a guide, very well spoken in English and easy to follow....More
Thought it would be boring but actually very good. Kids loved it. Very professionally run. Safety precautions first rate. Part of the font for the kids was using all the climbing equipment, the harness, the ropes. Very good. Some sort of refreshments for waiting parents...More
'Go Ape' (but better!) in leafy Provence. Courses clearly marked for small children, bigger children and adults. Safety briefing in English. Good harnesses and helmets. Lots of able helpers. Interesting mix of zipwires, and wooden bridges / ladders etc. Lots of platforms between the sections...More