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This place offers a large number of 'tree' activities, high quality materials, friendly staff and great variety in exercises.
Our children, both in their twenties, have enjoyed all parcours, especially the extreme ones.
This attraction looks good from the outside, but offers too little for too much money depending on age and/or body length.
There are 4 categories of difficulty, that are allowed to be done depending on age and length and last of all the debatable mood...More
I went here with my son of 6,5 yo and he absolutely loved this place; As he is 125cm tall, he could only do the yellow and blue lines. We started a first blue line, and after 3 platforms he got stuck and said he...More
X-Trees is a fantastic activity in Serfaus for any age group (for children above 1m of height). It's well organized and structured, allows for fun, thrill and physical challenges for any age group. It's a great family activity. 5 stars!!!
Apart from being a must have attraction in this region, this park is one of the best one we visited (compared to more than few other in Germany and Austria).
Its uniqueness comes from the fact that it offers a large set of cable/climbing routes...More
Very nice experience. Be warned that the limitations shown on their website are not complete. Once you are these, some additional restrictions are added. Example: for the "red" circuit the website says only that one needs to be 1.30 m or more. Once you are...More
We have tried many similar parks around Europe, but we were very impressed with X-Trees. They use a new type og fool proof attachment, making it impossible to release both your attachments at the same time - very clever. The layout is excellent with some...More
My two boys now 8 and 11 really love climbing the trees; We always are very good welcomed by the crew and have to mandatory go through the basis training; When that is done you are free to go climbing, this year we did all...More