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“Very challenging”

Parc Anjou Aventure
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Rope slides, hanging bridges, Tarzan jumps, nets… this is the place to walk on air as you move from tree to tree at a height of from 3m to 17m above the ground, with 10 trails at different heights and with differing degrees of difficulty. The Anjou Adventure Park is only 10 minutes from Angers, with nearly 2km of walkways between the earth and the sky. Big thrills for everyone.
Reviewed July 19, 2015

Two visits both excellent .first visit with two grandchildren one could do the White,orange, and green course,took us three hours and I was exhausted.Went back following week with the elder boy to do the green course also the blue quite challenging but the safety aspect was excellent .the temperature was 35 deg.went to nearby lake for a cool down and a swim brilliant day

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed October 30, 2014

We took our teenage daughter and her friend here on the off chance they could use the facilities. It was great; safe but challenging, so they said. Just be aware; opening times are in the afternoon only and only weekends and school holidays, plus bookings are recommended to avoid disappointment. We got there at 2pm when it opened, and got in, but once the helmets are gone, they're gone. We saw a group turned away. You can also bring a picnic, because there are tables and chairs, and there is a toilet, but it takes a strong stomach, and bring your own toilet paper. Be warned!

Date of experience: October 2014
3  Thank Meercat_chipmunk
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Reviewed May 6, 2013

Children always enjoy such type of attraction , the park is safe and well organized and people very friendly

Date of experience: June 2012
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

Wow.... thought we'd opt for the Red run when we set off, but the gentle steward suggested the easier :Blue or Green track since we'd never done anything like this before and so we opted for the Blue confidently! My husband and I were very glad! This was plenty challenging enough! However my 12 yr old would have liked to do the red run straight after completing the 3 hour Blue track! She loves climbing trees and adventure parks. We were fairly cautious and had to follow a rather stout french teeneger who was having hysterical episodes every now and again! I would suggest taking cycling gloves if you have them and good footwear like trainers, and short sleeved T shirt and loose fitting trousers. Its best you don't carry any extras as they recommend and enjoy the surroundings. Would definately do this again. Very helpful stewards. Had our own safety brief in English and there is a great place to have a picnic opposite the park.

Date of experience: August 2012
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Reviewed August 8, 2012

Excellent fun. More Challenging and cheaper than any British Go Ape that I've been to. 5 different levels of difficultly. We took red with optional black extension for anyone who wanted (the hardest level). Much more physically demanding than Go Ape. Needed strong arms and legs. You'd get a 6pack if you did this regularly. Had to think hard and use core muscles to get across some of the crossings. One tip would be to take a drink up with you. It took us nearly 2 hours, I think, to do the red cos we had an 11 and 13yr old with us. I didn't do the black extension because I was just too thirsty by then.
It was very safe but didn't have that restricting smell of "Health and Safety" that takes the sense of adventure and freedom out of so many British attractions. The staff were lovely with a good sense of humour and a fair bit of English for those who needed it.
Would like t go again.

Date of experience: July 2012
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