Adventure Park Cimone

The adventure park of Monte Cimone, with attractions for all ages

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This adventure park is located in Sestola, in the province of Modena, at a height of 1,500 metres above sea level. Suspended between Mount Cimone and the waters of the Lago della Ninfa lake, the Cimone Adventure Park is open from mid-July to early September.

Cimone Adventure Park offers a variety of attractions that are suitable for all ages. For children over 140 cm tall and adults, there is a zip-line descent that is over 700 metres long, divided into 7 legs, which allows you to be suspended in the air, 18 metres from the ground, hooked to powerful steel cables. 

A rush of adrenaline is also guaranteed with a free-fall dive from a treetop platform 12 metres from the ground and with the downhill sledge ride on the raised monorail, which is almost one kilometre long.

By contrast, on the canopy tour courses, you can try aerial walkways of different levels of difficulty depending on the height of the participants. Protected by helmets and harnesses, the canopy tour course leads explorers through Tibetan bridges, cables and zip lines, for an experience that gets increasingly more thrilling the more you move through the course.

The little ones will also find something they can sink their teeth into with trampolines, miniquad bike trails (also accompanied by an adult) and take a ride down the water slides in a one-or two-seater float

All that is left to complete your experience at the Cimone Adventure Park is a family trip on the chairlift of Lago della Ninfa lake. On the 7 minute journey, you will reach a height of 1,700 metres above sea level, the perfect altitude to enjoy the view of Mount Cimone and the invigorating mountain air. 

Once you get off the chairlift, you can also take advantage of the kiosk located on the panoramic terrace for a refreshing stop. Here you will also find a kit that will allow you to have a picnic on the grass.

Access to the Cimone Adventure Park is free, individual attractions require an entrance fee. Reductions are available for children and group tickets.


Last update 21/05/2021

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