How does the activity take place?
First, we will welcome you at our reception, where you will register all the participants. Then, in the equipment area, you will be properly fitted with the personal protective equipment (harness) with which you will be secured throughout the adventure. Thirdly, the Forestal Park Tenerife instructors will introduce themselves and give you a brief introduction to the activity.
Once the whole group is ready, you will head to one of our initiation circuits. At this point, you must be very attentive, as the instructor will give the safety talk where he will teach you how to use the safety system called ‘continuous life line’ with which you will always be connected at height.
Next, it will be your turn, you put into practice everything you have learnt on the test circuit. All participants have to pass this route to gain access to the adventure circuits. This is a simple circuit, where you can ask questions, evaluate how you feel and decide what kind of adventurer you are.
How do I choose which routes I want to go on?
On all the routes it is compulsory to comply with the regulations for accompanying children and with all the conditions of participation of Forestal Park Tenerife. Therefore, if you come with children, please read the Participation Regulations carefully, as children are not allowed to go up on their own.
If you are an adult, once you have passed the test circuit, you will find out what you are in the mood for. It depends on whether you are someone who prefers a quiet walk through the treetops. Or if, on the other hand, you are looking for thrills. In the first case, the instructors will recommend you to choose the easy and medium circuits. In the second case, they will recommend you to start with a medium circuit and increase the degree of difficulty until you reach the extreme circuit.
Likewise, at the beginning of each route you will see a sign with all the information you need to know about it. One of the most important points is the approximate duration of the circuit, so that you can calculate which routes you will get time to do in the three hours* included in the general admission ticket.
*The general ticket includes three hours (approximately half an hour of training and the remaining time to enjoy the circuits).