Parc des Diables (Treetop circuits)

At Les Diablerets in the Alpes vaudoises, the Parc des Diables welcomes budding tightrope walkers from the age of 4 upwards for an afternoon of excitement and thrills! There are four circuits of different levels of difficulty, so they can climb, run and jump in complete safety.

The Parc des Diables has four different treetop circuits:

The Diablotins (from 4 years) circuit is great for the little ones who can be accompanied by their parents on their aerial adventures, with ten 3.5 metre high obstacles.

The Dahu Course (from 8 years old) is an intermediate circuit offering ladders, walkways and a zip line.

The Zip Line (from 10 years) circuit has a series of six zip wires where you can fly through the air suspended from a secured wire.

The Vertical Circuit, (from 12 years), is the most spectacular of the four aerial circuits. It starts on a 13 m platform which can be accessed from four different lifts. The more daring then have the choice between three different jumps called Powerfan, Gravity or Free Fall, with a free fall of 7 m. Guaranteed thrills and fun for your holidays in Les Diablerets!

Practical information

Ascension and Pentecost Weekend 2020 :
- from 21 to 24 may, open from 1:00pm to 6:00pm
- from 30 May to 1 June : open from 1:00pm to 6:00pm

Open 1 pm-6 pm:
- From 2 June to 25 October 2020, every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
- July and August 2020, every afternoon

Groups (11 people or more) rates upon request. Reservations required.
Open mornings and other days upon request.

Free Access Card holders welcome on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Parcours Dahu and Vertical not included, CHF 15.00 surcharge
Groups with Free Access Card (11 people or more): Wednesdays and Sundays 9 am-12 noon, reservations required.

Contact

Parc des Diables
Chemin de Creux de Champ
1865 Les Diablerets

Tel : +41 24 495 41 39
parc@diablerets-experience.chwww.diablerets-experience.ch

Prices

Price
Kids (according to age and activities) from
CHF 15.-
Adult (from 16 years)
CHF 32.-


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