In order to take part in the high ropes, one must fulfill the participation conditions and respect the following safety regulations :

PARTICIPATION CONDITIONS

This high ropes course is not guided. It is supervised by facilitators from the ADVENTURE FOREST team, apart from the kiddies’ course which is left to the parents’ supervision.

Anyone under 18 must show a parent authorization.
The minimum heights to access the course go as follows:
Kiddies’ course: between 1 m and 1,20 m
Juniors’ course: between 1,20 m and 1,40 m
Adults’ course: 1,40 m minimum
One must not present any contraindications to the practice of this sport (fear of heights, etc…).
Any loss of equipement will be charged.

SAFETY REGULATIONS

It is compulsory

to wear the provided equipment (harness handed out by an ADVENTURE FOREST supervisor),
to use the self-belaying equipment by utilizing at least one of the two carabiners of the harness,
to respect the space between the participants: one person per challenge, and a maximum of two people per platform,
to avoid any dangerous behaviour as this might lead to the exclusion from the course,
to stay on the marked paths when walking below the challenges./li>

Smoking is strictly forbidden anywhere on the course.

These safety rules will be presented to you by an Adventure Forest supervisor after you have been equiped with the harness: as the high ropes course is not guided, you are responsible for the strict application of these rules.

BEFORE SETTING OFF ON THE COURSE …

Don’t keep anything on you that may fall (telephone, sun-glasses, purse…)
Tie your hair if long (as it may get stuck in the pulleys)
Tie your glasses with a string
Wear at least a pair of shorts and a T-shirt (going bare-chested is not recommended), and sports shoes.