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Klatreskogen, Discovery Park

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For adults and children over 1 metre or 4 years of age.


The Climbing Forest is located next to the Mineral Park, in a natural pine forest surrounded by the river Otra.

The Discovery Park is a miniture version of the Grand Park. It is challenging and contains a lot of fun for all ages. The safety line system is a continuous line and is the first of this type to be built in Norway. The Discovery Park has 18 different activities and finishes with a 70-metre long zip wire. It takes between 30 minutes to 1 hour to complete 2 circuits of the course. An adult has to accompany children under 7 years of age.

Highest point: Rope Passage 5,80 m
Longest Zip Wire: Zip Wire 70 m
Longest activity: Tibetan bridge 11.50 m
Total length of the Discovery Park: 158 m
Number of crossings: 18
Number of sections: 1

We recommend that you visit the exciting Mineral Park. Refreshments for sale in the parks cafes and souvenirs for sale in the shop.

We recommend that you wear outdoor clothing and trainers.

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For adults and children over 1 metre or 4 years of age. The Climbing Forest is located next to the Mineral Park, in a natural pine forest surrounde...

Klatreskogen, Discovery Park

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