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Quercus Park

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Koos-was-here wrote a review Jul 2019
Amersfoort, The Netherlands6 contributions7 helpful votes
We arrived later in the afternoon and were kindly welcomed by Lucia and her collegue. Our group was four adults and three teenagers. After a short briefing we went up in the trees and enjoyed the different grades of the courses. This starts with blue, then orange and finally red, all placed in the shade of trees. Most of us managed to complete all courses, they are not too difficult and the height does not exceed 10 meters snoven the ground. Lucia guided us in a safe and very friendly way, combined with the right amount of humor. We enjoyed every minute, many thanks for a very nice and sporty afternoon! We can recommend this cllimbing course to every active family! Don’t forget to put on some spray against mosquitos!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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wiljovl wrote a review Jul 2018
Duiven, The Netherlands30 contributions22 helpful votes
We went here with kids 13-11-8 years old. The kids have to stand with hands in the air. The height of their wrists then determine the courses they can do. Our daughter is 145 cm and could go on the “160+” climbs. Climbs under 160 cm are shortish and not very challenging. There are 5 of them, we finished this in about 45 minutes. The adult climbs are a lot more challenging. There are also 5 and this took us about 2 hours. We came on a weekday and were the only ones in the parc. The climbs are all very safe with a ring that remains attaches at all times. No alternating carabiners but only one carabiner and the ring that must be slid over metal plates. The climbing gear looks quite new and was fitted with knowledge. There was an instructor with us the whole time. Drinks (canned) can be bought and there is a toilet. It is advertised that you can book combinations with food but we haven’t asked, tried or seen that. All in all quite a good inpression, 4 stars because of the limited possibilities for smaller kids.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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