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New Parks In 2002

PARC ROBINSON SUD AQUITAINE
FRANCE, AQUITAINE

PARC ROBINSON SUD AQUITAINE A NEW ROBINSON PARK IN SOUTH AQUITAINE

The Robinson Parks are doing well: after the Loire, Auvergne, Alsace, and the Drôme, and before the Paris region, Martinique and Portugal, two new parks will soon be opening, one in the Cévennes and the other in the Landes.
The idea for this kind of park was Emmanuel Pozzera's, a mountain guide who came up with the concept in 2000. The idea is simple: right in the middle of the forests you set up areas for different kinds of games and workshops that would allow the visitor to travel from one tree to another. The user moves autonomously but under surveillance, helped by pulleys, karabiners, and ropes. Each park is different, but there are certain elements that remain constant throughout: rope ladders, monkey bridges, suspended barrels, Tyroliennes, Tarzan ropes and many other varied passages.

A STEP AWAY FROM THE OCEAN

PARC ROBINSON SUD AQUITAINE The Robinson Park Sud-Aquitaine, which will inaugurate its first season March 30, is located 30 km from Dax and 15 km from Bayonne, in the forest of the Landes region, next to the aquatic park Aquaticlandes. This new park intends to profit from an environment that is particularly suited to fun and sport. Besides the aquatic park, it is also possible to surf, body-board, and sail in the ocean that is only 500 metres away. Similar to all the other Robinson parks, it is made up of six different trails that use the same guiding descriptions as ski trails: two green trails, two that are blue, one that is red and one that is black. In total, the site, which covers an area of three hectares of pine forest, will have 83 games distributed among the different trails according to level of difficulty. From March 30 to November 3, during the weekends, public holidays and school vacations, the park will be open from 09:30 am to 5:30 pm, and from June 1 to September 30 the hours will be 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.

03/25/2002


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