For users of all ages, an aerial park means leisure and pleasure.
For an operator/investor, it is above all a safety concern and a guarantee of success.
Aerial parks are generally erected in forests, but can also be built in treeless settings by using wooden or steel poles.
Both approaches (trees and poles) can also be combined.
Aerial park courses are normally configured at heights of between 3 to 12 meters. This allows the visitor to move from one tree to another by means of aerial components such as steel cables, ropes, wooden strands, rope ladders or zip lines.
Of course, safety is paramount. So, before embarking on a course, a visitor is fitted with safety equipment commonly used by mountaineers or specialists working at high elevations such as electricians on pylons or welders on steel structures. As a result, the visitor is permanently connected to a steel-cable retention system that prevents any risk of falling.