Adventure Park Genova-Righi

The Adventure Park Genova-Righi lies in the hills of Genoa, overlooking the north-east side of the city, a few minutes from the city-center.

In a agreeable place, the Park offers 4 journeys with different and crescent difficulty: Yellow, Blue, Brown and Green, with 4 briefing-journeys performing all needs of a urban-location.

After a long and careful work to restore the environment, cleaning the undergrowth and disposing of cumbersome objects that in the past made this place like a dump, the Adventure Park Genova-Righi returns to Genoa inhabitants and tourists a place clean and enjoyable, where they can spend their time and enjoy the different journeys, always with maximum level of security.

The Park has been projected and built respecting the strict rule UNI EN 15567:2008.

What’s an Adventure Park?

Enjoy yourself in the Adventure Park Genova-Righi, in total safety, passing from a tree to another one through hanging platforms, steel ropes, Tibetan bridges, pulleys, cords and stairs, trying your equilibrium and concentration with a little physical practice.

All journeys must be carried out with a security equipment DPI, with ropes, gloves, helmet…

Our staff, during the first briefing, will show how to use all the equipment in a safe mode and will be always at your disposal for any difficulties.

For underage people, is required the presence of an adult.

The journeys are differentiated for difficulty, so we can offer to each people a right level of care and fun.

For who wears glasses, we recommend to get a little security rope.

For who has long-hair, must fasten it with a rubber band to avoid that they get caught during the journey.

Clothes, for all visitors, must be sporting and with suitable shoes (for trekking)

Timetable, prices and how to get:

For all these information, related to opening hours, prices and how to reach (by car or by public transport) the Adventure Park, we recommend to visit the official site:

http://genova-righi.parcoavventura.it

Source: Parco Avventura Genova-Righi

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