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Dolomiti Adventure Park

92 Reviews
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gatremonti g wrote a review Aug 2016
3 contributions12 helpful votes
Great day with my kids. Will return. The staff was very prepared and follow us all the way supporting both children and adults. There were easy and difficult challenges. A bit for everyone.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Marie-Jo G wrote a review Sep 2015
Salmiya, Kuwait19 contributions8 helpful votes
Set in a beautiful countryside, you can enjoy the thrill of swinging between trees. It's not cheap if you want to spend the whole day, but the trails come in different levels: easy to hard. I was happy to complete the medium level, but my sister went on to the hard and got stuck in the end. She was pretty sore the next day. If you're looking for an adventure in a safe but natural setting, this is the place for you.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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NikJ wrote a review Aug 2013
Ascot, United Kingdom753 contributions209 helpful votes
Nice location with the mountains as the backdrop. Staff very helpful, and provided a bit of fun as you went around. Checks were performed on an initial route to ensure that you and your kids (ours was 9), clipped & unclipped where appropriately. As a family we did the green and blue courses, you could go around as many times as you wanted, and the blue track was about 5m from the floor.... price was 15 euros each, and then my son wanted to do the Powerfan jump which was 15 drop from a platform, with a fan helping to slowdown the descent... this was an extra 5 euros, though for that, he went twice, and enjoyed both times... 2-3 hours well spent.. previous comments that the cost can mount up, though there is no pressure to get out of the area, and well worth the time and exertion...
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Date of experience: August 2013
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nadia19744 wrote a review Nov 2012
Conegliano, Italy31 contributions10 helpful votes
It's a good place to go when you want to do something different. It's a little expencive if you have more than one child...but they will thank you!
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Date of experience: August 2012
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Rachel H wrote a review Jul 2012
3 contributions2 helpful votes
Warm welcome from great staff, park caters for all ages and experience. You can have a look around before you decide to attach yourself to a wire and swing through the trees. Only one criticism - i think 4 eur is a bit steep for the baby course as it's quite short and children are more than likely with at least one paying adult...
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Date of experience: July 2012
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