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Agility Forest Millepini ‑ CLOSED

Asiago, Italy
About Agility Forest Millepini
The adventure park agility forest, offers a healthy entertainment as well as the chance to test your physical and mental abilities. It gives everybody, without age limitations, the possibility to discover new movement experiences. The park is equipped with 47 strand sections, grouped in trails of increasing diffi culties and offers a new adventure for children and teenagers.
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BarefootBailey wrote a review Dec 2016
7 contributions21 helpful votes
We made a day trip from Vicenza to Asiago to do this ropes course and it was a blast! Completed the "Braves Only" course, and I will say that it is NOT for beginners!! It is helpful to be familiar with harnesses before you go as the employees spoke very limited English. Great day, would highly recommend!
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Date of experience: April 2016
Sungodd12 wrote a review Sep 2015
Leonberg, Germany341 contributions55 helpful votes
We took our young kids on Sunday to experience the Agility Forest. We have been to many zipline/rope courses in Germany so this one was a tad on the tiny side and the cost wasn't the same. For example, the kids course (ages 6 and under) is 10 euros for 1 hour session. While my daughter, who chose the Green course was charged the same amount for only a single try! We would pay the same elsewhere and have the entire day to enjoy the ropes course. That's my only negative. Other than that, the staff were exceptional, friendly and spoke better English than we can in Italian. Clean course throughout. Loved that they gave hair nets to each participant prior to donning the helmet. The kids had a blast and that's the main point. Oh, watch out towards the kids course zipline (final part)...there are a lot of tree roots above ground and I tripped over some pretty good. Watch your step! Enjoy!!
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Date of experience: September 2015