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CHILDREN’S CIRCUIT

Difficulty level:
Low

Age:
From 4 years old

                       

Minimum height:
From 0.95 m.

Instructor:
No. Adult supervision necessary

Duration:
1h.

*The children’s circuit includes: white multi-adventure circuit + inflatables.

The level is decided by the difficulty of going over the bridges, but in whatever case, the possibilities of playing and going on it are very varied. It is a circuit with different ways of access, such as the logged stairs and ramps, and it consists of 4 simple vertical towers in the shape of a quadrilateral, which are joined together by a variety of bridges: mobile Himalayan, trunks Balance, Tibetan, crazy trunks, Nepalese, Indian ladder and children’s zip lines. These zip lines acquire a minimum speed, where the lowest point is about 50 cm from the ground. A skill factor plays a large part on the bridges. Their length varies between 4 and 8 metres.

The whole circuit has passive safety, that is, the circuits do not need anyone to think about falling because everything is designed to protect you without you worrying about what could happen. Anti-fall safety nets are arranged along all the steps, safety nets that prevent possible hits and falls against the ground. They are there to protect you. You are there to enjoy yourself to the max.

The purpose of this children’s circuit, also called white or passive circuit, is that the child can play on all the bridges independently and with a single PPE (Personal Protection Equipment), the helmet, to avoid bumping against the trunks or elements of the circuit. Your child is perfectly protected with the systems we have in place. Safety is paramount.

JUNIOR CIRCUIT

Difficulty level:
Low/Medium

Age:
From 6 years old

                       

Minimum height:
From 1.15 m.

Instructor:
Yes

Duration:
40 min.

Before starting the Junior circuit, this is for the Cadet and Seniors too, participants must go through a training circuit where it is explained to them the handling of the PPE (Individual Protection Team) and its application during the development and progress of the activity. It is a simulation of active safety circuits. This is compulsory and without it there is no circuit.

In this circuit it is necessary to use the EPIS (Individual Protection Equipment), in this case, helmet, harness and anchor lines, throughout the circuit. The circuit is formed by 16 totems in a circular shape and also has different bridges, such as: V-shaped bridge, animal bridges, bridges with lianas, Nepalese bridge, longitudinal bridge, zigzag trapezoidal bridge, hanging trunks, trusses of strings, obstacle course, zigzag with lianas, step of strings, bridge longitudinal trapezoids, zip lines and more.

Active security is available throughout the circuit, that is, the participant uses individual protection elements (EPI) to carry out the circuits.

The purpose is that the child goes on all the bridges in the same way that adults do, but at a much smaller height, more or less than 1.50 cm. from the floor. Unlike the passive children’s circuit, this junior circuit, or also called yellow circuit, does not have safety nets which is why the individual protections elements are trained and demonstrated before hand.

CADET CIRCUIT

Difficulty level:
Medium

Age:
From 10 years old

                       

Minimum height:
From 1.35 m. if you are accompanied by an adult; 1.55 m if you go alone

Instructor:
Yes

Duration:
Between 1 - 1.5 h.

Before starting the circuit Cadet, as well as Junior and Senior people too, participants must go through a training circuit where it is explained how to handle the PPE (Individual Protection Equipment) and its application during the development and progress of activity. It is a simulation of active safety circuits.

The accesses to the cadet circuits are made by vertical stairs. These cadet circuits are formed by vertical elements of one, two or three floors, depending on the distribution and with a height between 1.5 m and 20 m.

The vertical elements are linked together by means of different types of bridges, challenges and games with different difficulty. The difficulty varies along the route and increases as we progress through it. Some of the bridges and junctions that can be found are: Himalayan Bridge, longitudinal trapezoidal bridge, mobile trunks and uneven trunks, among many others. Their length ranges between 5 and 35 metres approximately.

The security in these type of circuits is of an active type, that is, it is mandatory that all participants are equipped with their corresponding PPE (Individual Protection Equipment) for the use of the facilities. All steps between the towers have a continuous lifeline. In each totem there are anchor points so that the participants are anchored to the installation at all times.

Two of the circuits that comprise the Cadet Circuit end in the great Triaction Tower with the giant zip line, with 200 metres of flying over the park and between palm trees … Will you be able confront your fears? It is spectacular and making it is a real achievement you can be proud of

SENIOR CIRCUIT

Difficulty level:
Medium/High

Age:
From 12 years old

                       

Minimum height:
From 1.55 m.

Instructor:
Yes

Duration:
Between 1 - 1.5 h.

Before starting the Senior circuit, as well as Junior and Cadets too, participants must go through a training circuit where they it is explained how to handle the PPE (Individual Protection Equipment) and its application during the development and progress of activity. It is a simulation of active safety circuits.

The circuits that make up the Senior category are only for the most daring adventurers. They are formed by vertical elements of one, two or three floors, depending on the distribution and with a height between 1.5 m. and 20 m. For these type of circuits, the accesses to the different circuits are made by vertical stairs.

The vertical elements are linked together by means of different types of bridges, challenges and games with different difficulty. Here is the difference between the cadet circuit and this senior. The challenges during the circuit are more extreme and more difficult, where more courage, strength, balance is required…

The difficulty varies along the route and increases as we progress through it. Some of the bridges and junctions that can be found in these senior circuits are: Longitudinal trapezoidal bridge, Himalayan bridge, mobile trunks or uneven trunks, among many others. Its length ranges between 5 and 35 metres approximately.

The security in these type of circuits is of an active type, that is, it is mandatory that all participants are equipped with their corresponding PPE (Individual Protection Equipment) for the use of the facilities. All steps between the towers have a continuous lifeline. In each totem there are anchor points so that the participants are anchored to the installation at all times.

All the circuits of the different levels that comprise the Senior Circuit finish in the great Triaction Tower with the giant zip line, with 200 metres of flying above the park and among palm trees … Will you be able to overcome your fears? We invite you to try it! And test your ability to shine.