The Fort Bema, also known as Fort P (Parysów) in Bemowo district hosts the High Position high ropes park. It is an attraction addressed to all those who love outdoor sports.
Before the tour, each participant will receive a short training, during which he learns how to safely navigate and overcome obstacles awaiting him. Probably regulars perfectly know such attractions and where and how to clip and what to do, but this does not hurt to hear it for the second time. However, this is a very important part of beginning the fun with ropes.
After the training, put on the helmet and a special harness and it's time to select a route. It's up to us and depends solely on our abilities. No need to go crazy and immediately put yourself over-ambitious goals.
The High Position park offers three routes varying in degree of difficulty, with many obstacles and different heights. A total of over 60 different attractions located within five thousand square meters.
For children with a minimum height of 130 cm a route with 17 obstacles was prepared, including two tyrolean traverses placed at a height of 0.5 to 2 m in height. The simple route is for people over 150 cm tall. You'll face here 20 obstacles that were placed on heights up to 8 meters, including one of the most popular obstacles the 75 m long zip-line. The passage through this route takes on average about 30 minutes.
People more experienced "in battle" after passing the middle route and the approval of the by park staff can try their hand on the difficult route. Average passage time is about 60 minutes, during which you need to overcome 25 obstacles spread over up to 13 m above the ground, including as many as 175 m zip lines placed over the moat of Fort Bema .
If someone does not want to go on the ropes and would still feel some adrenaline, you can use the zip line only. Impressions guaranteed.
When going to park it is advisable to obtain a good mosquito repellent product before.
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the park is open during the spring and summer, depending on weather. Open throughout the week. You should call ahead and make sureTickets adults:
- at the fort there is a quite big free parking lot