Here you will find answers to most of the questions that may come to your mind.
If you have others, write to us at: [email protected].

Is the green pass mandatory?

The Veja Adventure Park falls into the category of theme and amusement parks, therefore, even if it is an outdoor activity, it is obliged to comply with this legislation.

Participants in the courses and the accompanying of children must therefore submit suitable documentation, in digital or paper form, which proves:

  • Have had the COVID-19 vaccination (in Italy it is issued both at the first dose and at the completion of the vaccination cycle);
  • Be negative on the rapid molecular or antigen test within the past 48 hours;
  • Be cured of COVID-19 in the past six months.

 

The obligation does not apply:

  • To children under 12, excluded by age from the vaccination campaign;
  • To subjects exempt for health reasons from vaccination on the basis of appropriate medical certification.

How long does it take for a visit to the Park?

If you are planning a visit to the Park and you want to know how much time you will have to calculate, take into account a total of 3-3.5 hours.

This timing is defined by:

– Access to the ticket office with document control, filling in the access form, choosing the routes to take;
– Dressing / harness;
– Explanation / briefing of equipment and safety standards, with mandatory individual test;
– Execution of the routes.

 

To improve the timing at the ticket office you can:

– Proceed with the online purchase of tickets;
– Download and fill in the access form in advance (click here).

 

The timing of dressing and briefing, on the other hand, depends on the influx at that time. Keep in mind that these procedures can take 15 to 40 minutes.
These are safety procedures whose times are not compressible, we ask you to have a little patience.

What does the entrance ticket include?

The entrance ticket to Veja Park includes all safety devices (harness, equipment and helmet), instructions on how to use the equipment, surveillance and allows you to stay inside the Park and try all the routes for an unlimited number of times within the hourly limit of 2.5 hours.

Is it necessary to book the entrance?

No, it is not necessary to book admission, however, if the Park is full, you will have to wait your turn. Reservations are required for schools, summer camps, parishes, companies and groups in general.

It is for groups of 8 people or more.

Are the park's paths suitable for everyone?

The routes are designed for a minimum height of the user, the most difficult ones require a little strength and agility! Our instructors are available, they will be able give you advice and possibly help you to overcome small difficulties.

From the Kid Area to the Black Route, we are sure we can offer all the most suitable routes.

In case of special needs we are available. Contact us to define the best approach to take to the Park.

Do the accompaniers have to pay?

The accompaniers who do not carry out activities are not required to pay for the ticket, but only for any health requirements.

Is it dangerous?

The Park is equipped with the best safety standards, especially the Continuous Life Line. This means that once you have started a path it is impossible to disengage, not even accidentally, until you have reached the end of it.

The material, compliant with current legislation, is checked every day by the Park’s staff.

However, due to the characteristics of the type of activity and the environment in which it operates, the risks of minor abrasions or minor injuries cannot be totally excluded.

How long does a route take on average?

The duration of a path depends on the age and skills of those who travel it. On average, a journey takes 10 to 20 minutes.

At what age is the park aimed?

The acrobatic courses are designed for children starting from 100 cm in height.

A KID area with various fun attractions is reserved for younger children, to be carried out under the supervision of an adult.

If accompanied by an adult, children can also access some paths higher than their height.

What is the best time to come to the park?

We recommend coming on weekdays, when there is less traffic.

Alternatively, on holidays we recommend opening hours.

What kind of clothing is needed?

We recommend clothing that allows you to move freely and overcome obstacles while being protected from possible small abrasions. It can happen to get dirty because it is an activity immersed in nature.

Clothing must cover the entire belly area (no short shirts / tank tops).

Trekking or gym shoes are recommended. Gloves can be useful (especially on more difficult routes).

Slippers, sandals or open-type shoes cannot be used on the routes; scarves and other clothing prone to snagging.

What happens in case of bad weather?

In case of rain or strong wind, the paths on the trees are temporarily closed.

For those who have already started the routes, the staff will invite you to hurry up and help you to get off as soon as possible. You will then be asked to wait for the situation to evolve. If so, after the necessary checks, it will be possible to resume.

If the bad weather persists and the activity must be canceled, a free voucher / discount will be provided based on the stay made.

If the activity has not started, the ticket remains valid for another date or a full refund is made.

Can dogs enter?

Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on a leash and with collection of manure.

Is it possible to smoke inside the park?

No, in respect of the environment and the people who frequent it, in the park is strictly prohibited smoking.

Is it possible to perform other activities inside the park?

The park is located within a large wooded area, which can be visited by park users.

There is a very easy panoramic loop route to walk, which allows you to see the whole park.

From 2021 there is also a pedal quad track dedicated especially to children and teenagers but also adults.

Is it possible to have a picnic in the park?

Yes, in the Park you can stay for picnics and relax in the equipped and non-equipped areas, outside the paths.

There are tables and benches that can be used freely.

Waste must be collected by one’s own care.

Picnics can be done before or after the activity, so without wearing a harness.

What can you do in the area before or after coming to the park?

A few meters away it is possible to admire the magnificent Ponte di Veja and walk the paths that develop around it. Currently some refurbishment works are in progress but it is still possible to access the lower part of the bridge.

At the adjacent Bar-Trattoria (Trattoria Ponte di Veja) it is possible to eat, taking advantage of the large outdoor area or the well-kept internal rooms.

A few kilometers away you can find the Bosco Allegro where you can have fun and refresh yourself in the middle of nature.

The paleontological and prehistoric museum of Sant’Anna d’Alfaedo deserves a visit, where you can admire unique fossils of their kind.

If you still want nature, you can go for a walk to the Corno d’Aquilio starting from loc. Tommasi (10 km away by car) or to visit the Parco delle Cascate di Molina (12 km away).

Contact us if you have any questions

 

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