MON(T) MAGIC ZIP-LINING
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Enjoy the adrenaline rush as you admire the impressive view of the Forn lake and its natural surroundings. The route begins at Planelles del Forn and ends at the Forn lake.
If you fancy sharing the thrill with others, you can enjoy this experience with whoever you want to. The zip-line is open all year round.
The fees for Andorra’s zip-line depend on whether you choose a sitting position (minimum 35 kg, maximum 140 kg), lying down/hang-glider position (from 50 kg to 115 kg), or tandem mode (one adult weighing no more than 110 kg and one child weighing at least 20 kg: the combined weight must range from 110 kg to 150 kg).
You’ll need a ski pass to gain access to the park, regardless of whether it’s a skier or a pedestrian pass. Canillo’s cable car, which runs from 10:30 AM to 6 PM, will take you straight to the park.
This attraction, which is in Canillo, is part of Mon(t) Magic’s kids’ area. It’s a themed area for children aged 3 to 8, inspired by Andorran legends and folktale, as well as Mon(t) Magic’s magical creatures. It covers an area of 100 hectares and 3 different skiing areas. It’s also worth highlighting that it boasts the longest themed ski slope for children in southern Europe.
As well as the zip-line, this theme park also offers a wide range of other activities, including an activity area surrounded by nature for children aged 3 to 13, a mini-golf course, paddle boats and canoes, a pedal car circuit, trampolines, acro-jumping, mushing and bigairbag.
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ROUTES WORTH TRYING...
Route starts from the CG-2 in the Canillo village (1,527m) and finishes on the CS-251 (1,915m), in the area of El Forn.
The Prats to Meritxell trail is an easy hiking route to get your little ones into hiking and visit the Sanctuary of Meritxell, the patron saint of Andorra.
This via ferrata can be accessed freely and is located in the parish of Canillo, at the 9.4 km point of the CG2 road (between Canillo and Meritxell).
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