Regulations tree climbing
You must be in full possession of your physical and intellectual abilities to take part in the activity. You are aware of the risks of bodily injury that you are taking and that you are making your children take by using the modules made available to you mainly on the Grand Débrouillard/Débrouillard Kids section.
You will encounter exercises that carry individual risks. Don’t try to do anything you don’t know how to do! Don’t take any unnecessary risks that could harm yourself or others.
It is forbidden to leave the marked path, which allows you to move from one area to another.
We thank the parents or guardians to make sure that their children follow these instructions.
The elements made available to you must be used in a reasonable manner and with respect for other users and the equipment.
Practical information: The practice of the accrobranche requires the wearing of closed shoes or holding your foot well. For people with long hair, it is also advisable to bring a hair tie. Wearing gloves is mandatory. The practice of the accrobranche activity is not authorized for people with a pacemaker because of the material used (device “Clic-It”)
You have just been equipped with a bracelet that allows you to access our courses for a period of two hours, in the courses defined by your age category.
The age limits and safety instructions indicated at the entrance of each workshop must be respected.
It is forbidden to eat and/or drink on the course.
You must be one person at a time per workshop and respect the safety rules indicated.
Facilitators are there to guide you throughout the day.