Zemplén Adventure Park
Zemplén Adventure Park
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10:00 - 19:00
Monday
10:00 - 19:00
Tuesday
10:00 - 19:00
Wednesday
10:00 - 19:00
Thursday
10:00 - 19:00
Friday
10:00 - 19:00
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laczkozsu
Debrecen, Hungary2,186 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2021
We wanted to spend a day here, but almost everything is closed. It's under renovation except bobsleigh track and climbing-house. There wasn't any information (even in Hungarian) and the girl in the ticket office didn't know anything. A group of students were waiting for the bob. We were very disapponted and went away. Don't go now!
Written 13 June 2021
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Csengery
Budapest106 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
We intended to spend much of the day here as we were staying nearby and my husband loves adventure parks. We were aware from Tripadvisor that (incredibly) there would be no English-speaking staff anywhere on the site, but we did not realise quite how bad the experience was going to be. There was only one ticket window open so even out of season there was queuing and much discussion from visitors about rides and prices. When I did get to the ticket booth a harrassed woman barked NO!" at me when I asked if she spoke Engish.
There was no written information at the ticket office in any language other than Hungarian. This was almost unbelievable considering complexity of the ticketing system, (that at least was clear), and the fact that in order to do the zip ride and the bob you really did need to know which way round to do them because of the chair lift, whether you would need a return chair lift ride or not etc etc. You needed to be able to ask questions, in other words - failing that, much information in other languages should have been available in written form. It also seemed to us, from the little you could gather, that you had to book ALL rides down on the ground, at the ticket office. If it turned out that you wanted to do more than one bobsleigh ride, you would not be able to buy more tickets later. That is how it seemed to us anyway - but who knows? and the tourist information centre office next to the ticket office was closed, so no help there! We left in frustration. I join those who have expressed concern about the lack of help to visitors and the fact that this adventure park seems geared up only for Hungarians despite its website and despite its border with Slovakia. Do NOT bother going, especially if you are a family party, unless you have an Hungarian-speaker with you.
Written 30 October 2018
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Erik L
7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Friends
Longest lift in Hungary 1332 m, lonngest bob 2240m and zipline from one hill to another 1100m length. I do recommend adrenaline ride with bob and then take lift to to top of the mountain for great views and with zipline you can ride to another hill with some nice Kalvaria. Zipline equipment has some bags you can put your things. From there walk to city, you will pass zsólyomkai pincesor, picturesque street with some wine cellars, if you are lucky you might find some open and taste some wine. Great city to visit for couple days, a lot of to see and to do.
Written 13 October 2017
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Raul R
Anchorage, AK135 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Family
We came with friends and with our children. We all did the obstacle/confidence course which is up on the trees. It takes around 30 to 45 minutes per person to go over the black course. Please do not wear flip flop on this as I saw many tourists struggling in some of the obstacles.

We all did the alpine slide which is a really long and fun one. Showing up early in the day is a good thing. On the way out there was a long line. You can take the cart from the top or from the bottom.

We took the lift all the way to the top to the tower and to see where the new zip-line is at. It looks fun. Since we had an event we chose not to do the zip-line which is a separate price.

There is a food and beer stand at the bottom of the mountain. Bring your own lunch is my advice.

It is a fun park. It can be pricey depending on the country you are coming from. The combo ticket offers a bit of savings versus buying individual activities.
Written 9 August 2017
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dmsdi
London, UK187 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
Spent a day in this "park" thanks to the influence of our children. Overall, it was a good experience, however there were few annoying little things that, once addressed, could make the whole visit a more memorable experience...
Few tips:
- arrive slightly before opening time (10am weekdays, 9am weekends)
- do some research on ticket options - it is not simple
- zip wire is a great experience, however the wait is unnecessarily long - clearly not very well organised as there are not enough equipment to get the people zipping down as quickly as you'd expect, you have to wait for equipment to be returned from the other hill...
- once zipped through, there is another incredibly long wait for the cable car back (recommend walking back to the middle station, 50 mins walk - still faster than the wait)
- children below 160cm aren't allowed on the proper adventure trails. The kids trail is very basic and my kids (9 and 6) were disappointed with not being able to do one of the "proper" trails
- summer bobsleigh is by far the best fun, worth coming here for this! Start here in the morning, substantial queue builds up soon after opening with a wait of 30+ minutes.
Overall a great day out - spend as much time as you can on the bobsleigh and avoid going beyond the middle station unless you want to zip across the valley or just look around from the top!
Written 2 August 2017
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AgiKati
Satoraljaujhely, Hungary7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Friends
I have visited this adventure park several times and it has never disappointed me. At the bottom of Magas-hill there is a bobsleigh that operates all year round (the longest in Hungary - 2275 m long). There is also an indoor and an outdoor wall climbing area that can be used by beginners and also by professionals.
Hungary's longest chairlift ride (1332 m long) goes up to 480 m high and lasts about 20 mins to the top. (It is really nice on the way down because of the view, but on the way up you can listen to the birds and look at beautiful trees.)
You can get off at two places on the way up. At the first stop you can sit in a little coffee shop and have hot or cold beverages indoor or outdoor. The actual adventure park is here where you can get the adneraline pumping, let the younger ones play at the playground or ski (in winter time). In the adventure park there are different levels (red, blue and black routes) for adults (minimum height is 150 cm) and the green route is for children (minimum height is 110 cm). The length of the routes wary between 40-60 mins. There is also a trail for nature lovers and hikers.
If you want to continue your way (and lets face it you gonna have to sooner or later) you have two options now: 1. you can either go up in the chairlift or be more adventures and walk up to the top, or 2. you can walk down on a thin paved road (this might sounds easy but since it's thin and a two way road it can be a bit scary sometimes).
If you decide to go up you will get to a closed cabin ride that would bring you from one mountain top to the other. The ride takes about 8 mins and if I remember right 6 people can ride at once / cabin and there are two cabins altogether.
You can take a faster route if you are up for it and you can slid through a rope (like James Bond or Ehtan Hunt would do between two skyscraper).
On the other mountain top you can visit a small chapel and/or have a picnic (you have to bring you own food as there is no coffee shop here - that should be changed).
You have two options again. You can either go back to the first mountain top in the closed cabin - the downside is that you have to wait for some time since whoever comes across in those cabins sometime wants to go back and a crowd can build up waiting for the cabins.
You can also decide to walk down from the second mountain top on a Calvary where the stations show Hungarian cities that Hungary lost after WWI. You can get to the city centre in about 30-40 mins if decide to walk.
I did not mention yet there is a tall viewpoint at the first mountain top, where you have to walk up on stairs (they don't accomodate wheelchairs, pushchairs and older people I'm afraid since there are no lifts).
But the view is beautiful, you can see the city of Sátoraljaújhely and also all of the Zemplén mountains. No coffee shop here either.
Written 25 April 2016
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MarcsiB-B
New Plymouth, New Zealand83 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2017 • Couples
We took the zipline with my mother-in-law. You need to wait in line quite a lot to get the equipment as they only have so many but it is worth the wait!!! There is still a lot of room for improvement but it is slowly coming by. The adventure trails are fun and challenging.
Written 20 August 2017
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Laco F
Kosice Region, Slovakia43 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Friends
I went there with my friends for a trip. It was not a problem to find free parking spot. Then we went to buy tickets. 1st PROBLEM. As we do not understand hungarian language, we had no chance to read maps, prices, conditions and other information. So we had to find someone from employees who can translate what do we want to buy and ask cashier to give us tickets. Everything was only in hungarian and we could understand only WC signs.. But we got up to the top somehow. Ziplnie was perfect but again it was not easy to comunicate with employees. Really good ride above trees :) .. you can also check 360° view from the tower when you come back from zipline. Then we were quite hungry, so we went to eat gyros at the place close to bob slight entrance. Meal was also very nice. But no english menu or english speaking people around didnt help us. At least I think it was possible to pay by card- not like down there when you want to buy tickets. Bob slight was also worth of trying. So in generally this trip was really good, but they could get more happy people by changing little details :)
Written 24 July 2016
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Anid J
Budapest, Hungary242 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Couples
What a great family adventure. We costed this.place a few times in the past and still didn't disappoint. Must try the bob course without breaks on, the best adrenaline rush. Make a note kids can't go on under 3 years old. The chairlift is lovely too. The other slides were under constructions but we knew it from the website so wasn't disappointed, we just have to.go back again. Great value for money you can slide 3 times on a bob for 1800Ft.
Written 10 June 2016
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Shlomi S
Budapest, Hungary366 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Family
We've been to the park with out kids on a sunny day, starting in the entrance and trying to figure out which ticket to buy , but that's Hungary ...
We started with the tree climbing , the team was great , they took our young one that by all accounts was too small for this and toon him by the hand on the track , he had so much fun
Bob sledge was fantastic, High speed but as the sledge is built on a rail we felt very secure
Only downside was that the big omega (1,300 m long) was closed due to strong wind, which pleased my wife ...
Highly recommended
Written 29 March 2016
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