KIDS FOREST CIRCUIT AT ORDINO ARCALÍS
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This summer, spend a fun family day at Kids Forest in Ordino Arcalís.
Adding to the three existing Kids Forest circuits in Grandvalira and thanks to the cooperation of the two resorts, there’s now also a Kids Forest area in the Ordino Arcalís resort. Located in the Planells zone, here you can find a selection of snow-based activities aimed at the little ones in the family.
Kids Forest: an adventure for the whole family!
This park is a family-friendly leisure facility and incorporates a number of children’s obstacle courses with various difficulty levels (easy, medium and difficult), along with an endless variety of other adventure-related activities!
The facilities include a number of obstacles in various sizes and shapes that children must overcome, and a total of four tunnels under the snow, also in various sizes and shapes. Two of the tunnels are six metres in length, while the other two are eight metres in length. All of the tunnels go under the snow and some of them also connect with the surface – and with the other tunnels! It’s a fun challenge your children will love to tackle.
This Kids Forest circuit will also feature the four characters from the programme, who represent each child’s level of skiing or snowboarding. There’s Mona, the marmot for beginners; Bo, a cockerel who’s already starting to learn how to defend himself; Vulpi, a fox who’s at an average level; and finally, Nae, an 11-year-old chamois who has mastered the technique of skiing or snowboarding!
Visit the Kids Forest in Ordino Arcalís and have a great time as a family!
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