FAQ

Adventure Park


Do I need to book to come to the Adventure Park?

No, you don't need to, just come during opening times.

What time should I arrive?

You should plan on staying a couple of hours. In the mornings, generally, the weather is more stable.

Can you reach the Park on foot from the centre of Cortina?

Yes, it only takes 15-20 minutes.

Is there a convenient car park where I can leave my car?

Yes, there is a large parking area around our office. If you prefer public transport, the bus stop is right in front of the Park.

Do you open at other times apart from the dates on the calendar?

Yes, during closing times we open exceptionally for groups of minimum 15 people, if you book 7 days in advance.

Do you have to be an athlete to take part?

No, you just need to be in normal physical condition and not subject to vertigo. The courses are set in order of increasing difficulty. The more you go on, naturally, the more your physical condition needs to be up to the effort.

Is an Adventure Park dangerous?

Yes and no! Yes, it can be very dangerous if you don't use your personal protective equipment appropriately and if you don't stay concentrated on what you are doing. No, if you read regulations carefully and pay attention to the initial briefing.

What does tackling courses on your own mean?

It means that you are not accompanied by an instructor on the courses. You are responsible for your own safety and that of under age participants: always make the best possible use of our provided safety equipment.

Does it get more difficult the higher it gets?

No, height from the ground is not indicative of difficulty, just of excitement.

Do under age (under 18) participants have to be accompanied by an adult?

Yes, at all times. Depending on the courses, the adult must follow the under age participant from the ground or on the courses.

Can you access the Park without going on the courses?

Yes, family and friends can follow participants from the ground.

How old do you have to be to go on the courses?

Age counts only for the blue, purple and black courses. For the other courses, what counts is the height of the participant; in the Junior Park, obviously, children must know how to walk.

Can I go on the Mini courses with my children?

Yes, of course, but the "minis" cannot go on the courses for "Teens - Adults".

If you're over the required 120 cm tall and are on a "Mini" or "Teens - Adults" course, can you still make a tour of the Junior Park with your brother/sister?

No, we're sorry, but the Junior Park is for the exclusive use of smaller children.

If my son/daughter is only 1 cm short of the minimum required height, can he/she take part anyway if I accompany him/her personally?

Minimum height requirements must be respected down to 1 cm, because they are necessary to reach safety cables correctly. Your child would never find anything to hold onto on the crossings, if he/she were under the required height.

Do you make reductions for school groups?

Yes, ask for the special price list.

Can I use my own mountain equipment?

For safety and legislative reasons you can only use the equipment we provide.

Do I have to take part in the briefing even if I've already been to similar parks?

Yes, the briefing is compulsory: in other parks they could use different materials and techniques.

How long does a course take?

It depends on your ability and your wish to try the acrobatics.

Can I leave a course if I'm afraid?

Naturally! Ask staff to help you to win over your fears or to return to the ground.

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothes and closed toe shoes with rubber soles. Don't carry with you things that could fall down.

Can reception look after personal belongings?

No, reception does not have a safe-deposit.

When I'm on the courses, how do I recognise staff?

All members of staff wear an orange t-shirt or sweatshirt with their name on it. You can call them by their name!

What if it rains?

If it rains, activity in the Park can continue normally. If there is a storm, staff decides whether to close the Park or not; if we close, only the visitors having spent less than one hour in the Park will receive a free entry for the following day.

Can I bring my dog with me?

Unfortunately our animal friends are not allowed in the Park, for safety reasons.

What do I do if my children are on two different courses, let's say one in the Junior Park and the other on a Mini course?

For their safety, we recommend the presence of more than one chaperon.

What if the children need the toilet?

It is forbidden and dangerous to take off and put on protective equipment on your own: let the person in charge at reception do it for you and then go to the toilet.

Whilst the young ones are on the courses can I go away for a few minutes?

In the absence of the responsible adult, under age participants will be required to leave the Park.

Can I stop for a lunch break?

Entrance is valid for two and a half consecutive hours only. We suggest you eat afterwards. In any case, it is forbidden to exit the Park or to eat while wearing the equipment.

Why do I have to sign a form to take part in the activities?

Before signing, read the Teens - Adults or Junior regulations carefully and stick to them, that way you'll get top fun and top security!

If I come down from the trees, can I smoke a cigarette and then continue?

No, it is strictly forbidden to smoke inside the Park. Even more so if you are wearing the harness, it could get burnt.

Is it true that children get lice in the Park?

Our helmets are disinfected after use and, on demand, we provide disposable caps that can be worn under the helmet. We cannot prevent infection from arising from close contact between children, such as may occur at school.