Location: ulica Wyzwolenia 48, Dźwirzyno, Polska

Czy park linowy jest atrakcją dla całej rodziny? Tak! ******* Is a rope park an attraction for the whole family? Yes!

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During the weekend we visited the Koala Rope Park in Dźwirzyno. Our four-year-old daughter and we had a lot of fun. We were left with an additional souvenir in the form of muscles soreness. My daughter is more sporty than us :)
Before climbing the rope for the first time, we received thorough training on how to attach climbing carabiners and a zip-line pulley. This is new to me. I've never tried such an attraction. There are several routes to choose from. The choice depends on your height and skills. From the age of three, kids start their adventure with climbing on the yellow route. It has 16 obstacles, including a traverse on the wall, mushrooms and Swiss cheese. The greatest fun was probably on the zipline :) It is a very low route, at the height of the knees/waist of an adult. The parent can monitor the child at all times.
I, however, tried the green route. I think it was just right for the first time :) although the Flintston's barrel right off the bat caused me some trouble. However, the purple route has a very interesting wooden cart. As for the red route, I will hold off until my next visit.
In my opinion, the prices in the park are moderate:
yellow route (for children from 3 years of age): 20 PLN
blue route (for people over 115 cm tall): 25 PLN
green route (for people over 120 cm tall): 30 PLN
purple route (for people over 120 cm tall): 30 PLN
red route (for people over 140 cm tall): 35 PLN.
If we decide to go more, it is always a bit cheaper. You can also connect transitions.
I think we will include the Koala Rope Park permanently on our weekend trips.

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  1. What fun adventure for the family. I've never done the zip lines, but I'm sure it must be a thrill to be going through the air like that.

  2. When I was working in a school district we built a ropes course for students and staff to use for team building and improving leaderships skills. It was on a middle school campus but high school students came there to use the course. I'm afraid of heights so I didn't do much, but I did what they called the flying squirrel where you were hoisted up high in a harness. Surprisingly it wasn't scary for me like standing on a ledge or climbing a ladder. Fears are like that. - Margy

  3. What a lovely park! Looks like fun!
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  4. Wow, I wish I were able to join you on this awesome adventure! Those faces look so determined :)

    It's great to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!